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Old 3rd April 2017, 19:37   #161
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Old 20th April 2017, 13:44   #162
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Well been playing today and managed to run the engine . But with no rad or intercooler it was just a see if it can start, especially as the engine has not been run since it was built 2 years ago. Didn't sound to bad and both turbo's span ok very please at that as the exhaust diverted valve was not fitted and there was enough stray gas to spool up the small turbo to a fair pace so God knows how it will be when all the gas is diverted in to it. Going to loosely connect the fuel tank up to run from that tomorrow. Will have to remove the fuel cooler first as I don't think cooled petrol is needed.
I have a 044 pump to fit in line when I start running high boost.

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