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Use Pro-calc to run your fuel injection jetting prior to a flow bench test, dynamometer test, or race outing.
The determination of nozzles & jetting in a new fuel injection setup can be a challenge.
Decreased percentages of nitro richen the racing engine.
A lot of pit buz that cooler fuel runs better. METHANOL VAPOR ISSUE: We found in our methanol publication development that only methanol vapor burns.
Just a note about our test engine for this year. We put our blown alcohol engine back together for nitro testing this year.
The racer is one step closer to setting up a tuning plan for density altitude like we wrote about throughout our technical manuals; the racer can log onto www.airdensityonline.com and get current air density and density altitude for many race sites throughout the US;
Dyno results just in from one of our customers on his new twin turbocharged alcohol Big Block: dyno’d 2,500+ HP at 25 psi boost with a turbo setup capable of 50 psi boost. He reports that the most boost that he is currently seeing in the installation is 35 psi, blowing the tires away on […]
Question: Different racers get different boost readings
In our drag racing, we did use air to fuel ratio as a controlled value to get the engine into a linear range. That task is an extensive explanation through out writings. The linear range is where the engine is completely predictable. We achieved that very well in our racing.