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3600 PSI of boost under the hood of a MS85

Tripple_T

Cincinnati Member
May 20, 2015
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Cincinnati, OH
In case anyone wanted to see what 3600PSI of boost in a MS85 looked like.
 

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Explaining this to everyone else:

If you have a turbo-charger in an ICE, you can measure the PSI (ie, the air pressure) in the turbo-charger. This would typically be in the 10-20 PSI range.

Of course, the Tesla is not turbo-charged since it has an electric engine. The OP put SCUBA tanks in the frunk and put 3600 PSI in them with an air compressor, then made a joke that the Tesla had 3600 PSI as if turbo-charged.
 
Explaining this to everyone else:

If you have a turbo-charger in an ICE, you can measure the PSI (ie, the air pressure) in the turbo-charger. This would typically be in the 10-20 PSI range.

Of course, the Tesla is not turbo-charged since it has an electric engine. The OP put SCUBA tanks in the frunk and put 3600 PSI in them with an air compressor, then made a joke that the Tesla had 3600 PSI as if turbo-charged.

haha...so John Maddenesque :wink:
 

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