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Old 05-18-2019, 03:37 AM
NZScott NZScott is offline
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The streaming fuel causes the combustion to not be even inside the prechamber etc. Not so bad in IDI as in DI (they can really blow holes in pistons).
"Excessive boost" would only cause leaner combustion, although if it really was out of the turbo's efficiency range it would raise combustion temps.
1978 300D, 373,000km 617.912, 711.113 5 speed, 7.5mm superpump, HX30W turbo...many, many years in the making....
1977 280> 300D - 500,000km+ (to be sold...)
1984 240TD>300TD 121,000 miles, *gone*
1977 250 parts car
1988 Toyota Corona 2.0D *gone*
1975 FJ45>HJ45
1981 200>240D (to be sold...)
1999 Hyundai Lantra 1.6 *gone*
1980s Lansing Bagnall FOER 5.2 Forklift (the Mk2 engine hoist)
2001 Holden Rodeo 4JB1T 2WD

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