Straight pipe envy
Posted 30 March 2012 - 06:59 PM
Which got me wondering, how does straight pipe size affect engine performance in a turbo'd diesel? I've heard different theories, but figured some of you guys would know the facts.
Posted 30 March 2012 - 09:59 PM
325 acres of corn, beans, oats and alfalfa crop rotation.
80 cow Holstein milking operation.
Tractors on the Farm: Case IH MX Magnum 200, MX Magnum 180, McCormick MTX 135, Case IH MX 110, IH 686 D312 diesel, Farmall DX55 compact tractor, Farmall Super M, stage II, Case 650 dozer. IH 1420 axial flow. Run Red
My Tractors: 1957 Farmall 350 NF work tractor, 1950 Farmall H NF that dad and I fully restored from the ground up, Cub Cadet 100 w/ creeper gear. Cub Cadet 682. BLACK SHEEP: 1951 Massey Harris 44, GM 350 conversion tractor.
Classic Car: 1974 AMC Matador, 19,000 org miles, 360CI.
SEARCHING FOR: International 966 Diesel. Serial number: 29192
Gone but not forgotten: International 3088 open station w/ Elwood MFD
2004 Chevy 2500HD LLY Duramax w/ ZF-6 speed.
Posted 30 March 2012 - 11:27 PM
We got a local kid running around Minot that has dual 8" on his Chevy 1500 pickup. I have been quite tempted to go and drop a few kids size bowling balls down them when its in a parking lot some day.
So given the pipe size to engine displacement ratio I calculated that the 549 V8 in my old fire truck will need the culverts from my driveway for me to be cool!
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Posted 31 March 2012 - 05:15 AM
Or, are the pipes skinny or flattened to run up the gap between the cab and the box, and then get made large like that after they rise above the top edge of the bed's box? I've never seen a setup like that from up close in person, just from passing by on the road.
Posted 31 March 2012 - 05:30 AM