high boost

high boost

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The new powertrain also integrates technologies like a high boost turbocharger, Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), and a Dual Mass Flywheel (DMF).
It features larger turbochargers and a water injection system that helps reduce intake charge temperatures at high boost pressures.
SAE-certified at 272hp and 400Nm of torque, the turbocharged engine produces a broad torque band and high boost levels to give the lightweight ATS Turbo models a feeling of immediate power on demand.
"The future is looking bright for Coventry's rugby league scene with regular weekly training sessions taking place, and the arrival of the Four Nations is a high boost to the city."
Mr Evans said: "Being recognised as the fastest-growing firm in Wales in 2015 gave EvaBuild a exponentially high boost in profile and raised awareness amongst varying key stakeholders.
"Being recognised as the fastest growing firm in Wales in 2015 gave EvaBuild a exponentially high boost in profile and raised awareness amongst varying key stakeholders.
Water is injected into the cylinders to reduce combustion temperatures, which in turn reduces the risk of "knock" with high boost pressures from the twin turbochargers.
The "PROmax" offers high boost capability (150% power boost for 4 s and 120% at < 45[degrees]C) and full capacity in the wide temperature range of -25[degrees]C to +70[degrees]C.
Type of Lift circuit Input voltage(V) Output voltage(V) Self lift 12 -36 Relift 12 -186V The above table II depicts that the relift produces a high boost voltage compared to the primary self-lift circuit.
All these capsules can be combined with a state-of-the-art A pre-amp, a B pre-amp with low cut and high boost filters, and a C pre-amp, which is a compact version for discreet miking.