Sorry not wanting to start a new thread on this there will end up to many but;-
Don't know if its been mentioned before but, the Turbo vanes alter under load on this turbo.
So I reckon the Resistor would have to be variable.
Turbo vanes must alter with speed or measured pressure, surely the vanes would stay at a certain angle that related to given speed/pressure for a smooth operation.
Banished Swirl Motor and happy with the 300c Diesels economy and performance,,,,,,see how here.
thats what I've been saying for years,you don't need it or the flaps
single led 501's(not crappy flowery multi led,g4y type bulb,lol)
4300k hid main lights
4300k hid fog lights
Massive Brembo Gran Turismo Brake kit upgrade
RS UV-1, 20" alloys NEVER SAY NEVER Immobiliser screwed for the 2nd time in a year
Why would the position of the variable geometry turbo be dependant on the position of the swirl motor?
The swirl motor(amongst other things) determine where the actuator for the VV should be,it's been proven on here with that vid of the tugboat clock...lol...knick the signal off the swirl to make the VV work
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