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Wouldn't the airflow (mass) be lower at elevation though due to the lower atmospheric pressure feeding the turbo? Yes a turbo will generate the same level of boost at elevation as it will at sea level, it may take more rpm(turbo) for the turbo to reach that level. Your increased compressor outlet temps would come from the compressor working harder on less air, right?
Old 03-08-2008, 11:13 PM
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