It can easily handle up to 10 psi without modifications. We have seen them take quite a bit more more than that but it then becomes a question of reliability, especially for a dailey driver. As boost levels go higher, forged internals are recommended, similar to the L62s.
No, unfortunately no engine currently exist that is strong enough to support that.
because it doesn't generate enough power.
Most cars will last as long as they are cared for. My Camaro is a 1986 and is running strong and well.
this is for 84+ trans am/firebird/camaro $1500- barely running or really really good deal $2500- solid running car $3500- strong running w/ decent body and interior if you can go above that you will be able to find a 350 firebird/camaro or one with an engine swap.
your car either is a powerful and the pistons move rapidly and strong or u dont have bolts tightned enough
yes if its attached to a propeller/ rotor blades and or has wings for flight..
It Is Strong Enough to hold my sister there fore strong enough to hold two killer whales
The duration of Strong Enough to Break is 1800.0 seconds.
very strong. strong enough to kill a human.
It's more about the tune-if you have enough fuel, strong enough pistons/rods/crank, etc., with the correct tune, you can have a huge or a small turbo on an engine. If you just put a bigger turbo on a vehicle and do not add fuel and tune, your engine will suffer.
Strong enough to blow down a house of sticks but not strong enough to blow down a house of bricks.
chances are that the car has been through an extremely cold spell (winter) and there hasnt been enough or strong enough anti freeze in the water, so the water in the engine froze and forced the cap out as its expanded. basicly its what there designed to do, so your engine block doesnt crack when freezeing.
No way of telling, it depends on how strong or high revving the engine is. Switching to a bigger front sprocket might make the bike faster, but only if the engine is strong enough.
God is strong enough, but it is not always His will to heal people.
Yes a zebra is strong enough to kill a human.
Fuel, compression and spark. If you have all three, delivered properly, the engine will start. Whenever an engine doesn't start you need to find out which of the three is not within normal limits. * Is the compression up? Has the engine slipped a timing belt? * Is there fuel pressure to the injector(s) and is the fuel being injected properly? * Is the spark strong enough and delivered at the right time? Find out which part is NOT doing it's job and you'll know why the engine doesn't start.
It was strong enough to kill him
That might work for a stationary engine, but for a plane at speed the impact would be so strong that a wire mesh would have to be unacceptably thick and heavy to be strong enough to catch a bird. Come to think of it, there's a probability that a mesh would simply dice the bird on its way into the engine even if the mesh could be made stsrong enough.
No they are not strong enough. No they are not strong enough.
are bags strong and thick enough to reuse
Depends on the engine, really.
strong enough to melt an eggshell
strong enough to beat cell