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[turbobike] IHI part nos.

Stuart Graves (STUARTGSXR@bigpond.com)
Sun, 5 Sep 1999 15:14:56 +1000

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Thanks for the reply Bryan,In Joe Haile's book he talks about RHB 52'S with
part numbers like 5T503 and an A/R ratio of 0.59.The A/R ratio seems to be
quite important when it comes to the revs at which boost starts.Should the
A/R ratio be cast or stamped onto the turbo unit somewhere?.The reason Im
worried is the turbo came of a ford car,which might have more exhaust
pressure than my bike,so I dont want it to start producing boost at 9,000
rpm and up,with only lag where I normally ride it.Any input would be greatly
appreciated.
                                                                Thanks
Stuart

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