Doping 2,8l JTD 2005 127 cv

Edits and changes to engines, experiences, findings and ideas.
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by Flytox » 18/08/13, 22:28

Hello Chris59

- I want to put my reactor back in the exhaust pipe.
- I think it would take more space in my reactor the diameter of the axis is 18 and the diameter of the tube 20, I think to put 17 see 16 and leave 20 for the tube.
-To stop breaking my copper pipe I think to put sanitary hoses.

For the space between the rod and the envelope you should stay within the tolerance that gives you André.

For the deposits in the pipes .... it takes your breath away, on my installation, the deposit is much more distributed, without "nodules". What exactly do you put like water, mineral water? : Mrgreen:

For the broken pipe, you can have too much effort / fatigue when the exhaust line expands or vibrates certain plans. One of the solutions is to braze a piece of copper pipe of a maximum of ten cm for the inlet / outlet of the reactor. Then comes a flexible connection (rubber or better silicone) long enough to absorb the movements of the exhaust line (this can move several cm!). The end of the piping to destination can be made in flexible or rigid.
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by chris59 » 19/08/13, 12:02

thank you both for the info

I just dismantled my bubbler, there is also lime, less but there is, so if there is lime is that its heating, therefore I wonder at what temperature forms lime.

I cut my axis to 16.5 mm for a 20 mm tube, not looking for its fact 1.75 mm, like stainless steel is real filth, its deforms everywhere it must do so.

I will try to increase my water level in the bubbler I am around 40 mm I will go up to 50, 60 mm.
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