overboost

overboost

A condition in a reciprocating engine that has exceeded the maximum manifold pressure allowed by the manufacturer.
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1 seconds with 18 seconds of overboost available on the engine.
Torque of 550Nm endows it with tremendous pulling power, while there is also an overboost function that raises power from the standard 225bhp to a temporary high of 240bhp for short overtaking bursts.
What you have with the Ford is a beast of a vehicle that pumps out 421ps of wallop and 530Nm of torque with overboost.
While Race does things like activate an overboost function, open the two-mode exhaust, turn off the ESC and adjust the braking, steering and transmission settings, Advanced Efficiency brings cylinder deactivation into play: the car can be powered by three of its six cylinders, which results in a fuel savings on the order of 15 percent (as it is premium fuel, that's a good thing).
It also has more torque and an overboost facility in which, if you plant your foot to the carpet, it'll give an extra 15PS and 22lb/ft of torque for 15 seconds.
It also has more torque and an overboost facility in which if you plant your foot to the carpet it'll give an extra 15bhp and 22lb/ft of torque for 15 seconds.
Take it into overboost and 215bhp is on tap for a quick burst of power.
An overboost feature increases these outputs to 212bhp and 236lb.
Peak torque of 465Nm can be increased to as much as 500Nm in short bursts under overboost.
With a couple of years of experience under its belt, Mooney undertook some improvements, adding a split rear cargo seat in 1982, while in 1984, a new variant of the engine--the LB1B, which is approved as a replacement for the GB--was introduced with better cooling and overboost protection.
The Corsa manages 245Nm of torque, with overboost lifting that to 280Nm for a few seconds at a time.
If that's not fast enough you can muster another 13 per cent of torque from a turbo overboost function.