Nothing beats having access to a dyno. My plan in the next three weeks is to get the 70D out and run it at different fuel levels showing how little you gain out of a 2 cylinder diesel when you set it to stock, and then you "turn it up". I've done that before. I need to rig up a graduated cylinder with a tap so I could derive the fuel consumption rate versus horsepower at various fuel delivery levels and plot the hp/gallons per hour.
Re: 830 adjustable cam timing in reply to F-I-T, 12-03-2012 08:38:12
Well on my R it gained 10hp by turning up the fuel. Starting with 48 hp, thats about 20%. On 2 different belt pulley dynos. Turning up the RPM from 1050 to 1400 gave it another five horse. Zero other changes.
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