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Old 1-4-13, 16:58   #1 (permalink)
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F2 12V with a big turbo

Hello, I want to ask anyone knew how hp. and what pressure can withstand F2 12V? Without processing engine. With just more than Subabu Turbo (TD05H 16G). I have put such a turbine and drive it to 0.8bar. But it's interesting how much you can endure.
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That depends on too much to know for sure.

For starters there is the condition of your engine which plays a big part in reliability.
Then there is the supporting mods such as your ECU, fuel system, valve springs and inter-cooler.
The stock injectors alone are only good enough for about 220-240hp at the wheels.

The TD05H-16G is not even what I'd call a big turbo, more like medium frame.
It can potentially deliver enough air for about 350hp at the crank at 1-1.4 bar.
With appropriate supporting mods the F2 turbo engine can produce well in excess of that.

0.8 bar is not even breaking a sweat for either the turbo or engine.

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220-240hp with F2T injectors.
F2 Injectors flow about 2/3.

There are some threads here where the non turbo F2 has had a turbo added.

Of course the best option IMO is to bring your F2 up to F2T specification, but this may involve ordering parts in from overseas from the US and maybe Germany if you can find any Ford probe turbos from 88-92 being parted out there.

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My F2 engine without turbo but I installed. Drive it on LPG only petrol does not work. Is F2 a thickened by F2T. I mean if you know how hp. will last not overwork the motor. Someone has done you this experiment. Here are some pictures of my car and Project Snimka.bg: Mazda 626 2.2 12V Coupe 88 - ?????? - maklaut1983

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