rhyolite wrote:thanks for explanation,just for double checking :
1 LBS of pressure = 1 PSI ?
which makes - 14.7 LBS = 14.7 PSI = 1 bar?
It's actually the same, but written down in another fashion?
and was it correct to write down this part ? :
I guess a regular pump, with a regulator if the pressure is too high and a return line should do the trick, with some fancy wiring (simply put? )
Thanks for the compliment about the english Its getting somewhat difficult with the car specific terms, also because "american-english" and "english" use different
terms for the same parts. Manifold-headers, gearbox-transmission, bulkhead-firewall, dynamo-generator .... it's gets confusing sometimes for sure
But i'm getting the hang of it It's even getting worse, when i'm at the local shop and ask for stuff with american terms and actually don't have a clue on how the parts are called in dutch I need valve stem seals .... you know, rubber thingies, in the header, for the valves, crap .... I had to get really cryptic when i wanted to know more about sleeving the engine
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