Yes, needs a minimum of 325 gallons to operate. So will be using a 325 gallon water tote for that. To supply the feed water I have an electric water pump.I was curious does this dyno require a large water reservoir? The machine shop next to my house had an engine dyno for testing racing engines. They had a large underground water tank of around 1000 gallons for that.
Nice, if I had my own property I would do the same. I'm in a Strada Corp, so they don't like me digging up the asphalt. I think I'll end up stacking 2 totes and that should work well.The guys at the machine shop bought an old 1.5 ton fuel oil tank body and buried it in the ground to use as their reservoir.
You don't see it offered anymore, but like you said in the day they were everywhere. I'm running 1 psi now and notice a small increase and will slowly add more in time. My goal is a 40-50 HP increase.Back in the day there was a propane install on a diesel rig on one of those saturday morning TV shows during powerblock TV. Always wondered how much of an improvement there would be on a 4BT.
I really like how you are doing it draw-through. Keeps the propane line pressures way lower.
Yes, all the V series have this set up. I've never heard of this happening before, but would be adding two temp gauges if I were he.Yeah, that one had 2 cracked liners and all the pistons and liners were pretty scored. The bad thing was there wasn't any indication on the dash instruments about a heat issue. I'm not that well versed in Detroits. Does the V8 have 2 thermostats, one for each bank?