"Richard Sexton" wrote:
You live in a mountain. You need a turbo. (no you can't turbo a 240D)
Well...... you can, I have seen people do it and then ask me why it has less
power. The turbo needs
fuel enrichment to be added to the additional air. Additional air with same
amount of fuel = no
additional power. Additional turbo in the air intake passage = less air getting
into engine until
turbo comes up to full speed and then you are back to close to original power....
Then, if you jury-rig a way to get fuel enrichment, you now have to figure a way
to stop all the
engine oil leaks because you now have over-pressure in your crankcase. And you
need to figure a way
to oil cool your super-heated pistons......
A 300D turbo block is totally different from a 300D naturally aspirated block.