That guy down there is sort of right. its way more complicated than that though.
I really do not recommend you installing it yourself even if you are good with cars. It is such a pain to bend it right and all that good stuff. Believe me I've done it before
what you want to do is make sure that your engine is in good shape. I know that those 3.8l v6's are stronger than a 30 year old sh_t stain but you may have something wrong with it such as a dry gasket that might crack so on n so forth. I have the same car and it sat for 24 years. got a new battery and it started right up and i drove it home. so i know that you should have no problem with it. Maybe a couple stress tests to see if it can handle it. I don't want to say any specifics because a stress test can totally destroy your car.
Because it is a v6 and i know the engine bay like the back of my hand. a turbo will fit right in there very nicely
but personally i think you should supercharge it instead.
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A turbo can be straped to any engine. it uses the exhast to drive a turbine. a separate turbine takes in air and forces it in to the intake.
Charge engine from battery? Rephrase your question as it makes no sense.
An engine equipped with a turbocharger.
As close to the engine as is possible.As close to the engine as is possible.
Couple possible things. I had a bad battery that wouldn't hold enough of a charge to run the engine when you stopped (because the engine wouldn't be running fast enough to charge it). Or, idle air control valve.
Start the engine up. The engine will rotate the pulley on the alternator and charge the battery.
No, the gas engine does that
The price of a new Cessna 172 skyhawk, which is a one engine four seated plane costs around $250,000. A jet such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner can cost as much as $180,000,000.
I just checked (11-19-13) Jasper engine and transmission and the engine lists for $3998.00 with out core charge.I just checked (11-19-13) Jasper engine and transmission and the engine lists for $3998.00 with out core charge.
Yes, it is called twin charging. I believe it is possible due to the fact a turbo runs off the exhaust while a supercharger is belt driven.
With enough money anything is possible.
It is not possible to do this.
To hold an electrical charge, This charge is needed to start the engine by way of the starter.
not possible without world-engine
It is possible.It is possible.
It will take approximately 8 hours of labor to replace the engine in your be a week. Most mechanic shops charge $75 per hour. This will result in a labor charge of $600.
Provided the charging system on the mower engine is operational, a small amount of charging voltage will be supplied to the battery during use.
anything is possible if you can make it work
Any engine with a turbo/turboes installed. They increase power by forcing air/fuel into the engine.
it works on the principle of direct injection system of petrol engine
No, the alternator recharges the battery. Of course the alternator is turned by the engine.
Yes, it charges from the magneto.
Yes it is possible to swap a diesel for a petrol engine, if you have the money, skill, and time. It will require lots of money. I would not advise it.
No, putting gasoline in a diesel will destroy the diesel engine.
The Prius gasoline engine will start when the main battery charge gets low and begin to charge the battery. The air conditioner in the Prius is all electric, there is no compressor drag on the gasoline engine.
Yes, the battery starts the engine, and as long as the battery is fully charged the engine will start. The battery will loose it's charge if the alternator is defective and not replenishing the charge of the battery but the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine.