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Old 03-28-2008, 08:09 PM
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Simple question, but NO Google gives me all this crap sites and pay for referances....fuck that....

the question is to produce a simple assed GRAPH of how much AIR from sea level....what 14 lbs whatever average density.....how much air MASS is contained in a vacuum of whatever pressure, going from ZERO to say a/c evac sucktion...28-29 lbs....

LIke a graph of that relationship....to do with the air pump thingy....

so IF I have a vac reading of say 5 inches suck outta the crank case

here in Florida, what does that do to the air mass in the engine??

so any one can help with a simple graph of some sort would be nice...

fuck google...


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Old 04-04-2008, 12:15 PM
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Simple question, but NO Google gives me all this crap sites and pay for referances....fuck that....

the question is to produce a simple assed GRAPH of how much AIR from sea level....what 14 lbs whatever average density.....how much air MASS is contained in a vacuum of whatever pressure, going from ZERO to say a/c evac sucktion...28-29 lbs....

LIke a graph of that relationship....to do with the air pump thingy....

so IF I have a vac reading of say 5 inches suck outta the crank case

here in Florida, what does that do to the air mass in the engine??

so any one can help with a simple graph of some sort would be nice...

fuck google...



Not an expert, but i believe there was no air in a vacuum
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