Anyone know if its the same as atmospheric pressure at WOT?
awesome!Different altitudes yield different results. A basic example:
An engine operating at WOT (wide open throttle) on top of a very high mountain has a MAP of about 15" Hg or 50 kPa (essentially equal to the barometer at that high altitude).
The same engine at sea level will achieve 15" Hg of MAP at less than WOT due to the higher barometric pressure.
29.92 inHg Is the standard Atmo. Pressure. I will WOT my car on the way home just to give you an idea of what the measurement is, I don't expect it to read very high.
Possibly a slight(but minimal) increase from a colder air inlet from outside the engine bay. Where are you planning on routing the air from? Front bumper?not just the intake manifold.
the intake valve bore.
thanks for pulling that pressure reading.
While we're on the topic, would there be any benefit having a simota SRI with a cold air duct to it?