New Tuning for Mazda MPS

July 1, 2012 at 09:56

Every owner of the turbo-vehicle wants his motor fascinating sound that accompanies each transfer switch. In this article we consider the possibility of replacing the stock of excess pressure relief valve on the turbine with the tuning example of the Mazda 6 MPS that comes with intercooler and also the piping.

Mazda MPS Tuning Photo

Mazda MPS Tuning Photo

In any turbo engine the turbine pumps air pressure and discharge pressure of the gas pedal so in the end it has nowhere to go. To reset the excess pressure there are all kinds of valves offered on the market – for example such as blow-offs and by-pass. You wonder what’s the difference? Let’s take a closer look at each of the options. Blow-off – a valve that dumps excess pressure turbine in the drop of gas in the atmosphere, and by-pass the pressure drops back into the intake tract system.

Mazda MPS Tuning Side View Photo

Mazda MPS Tuning Side View Photo

On the Mazda 6 MPS is not that simple as it sounds. Let’s try to understand the physics of this process. In the run-off on the Mazda 6 MPS tuning version the by-pass valve is installed. The standard “brains” of Mazda 6 MPS has calculated that by-pass air vent in the intake system should be on “the street” to get a certain amount of air. If we replace the valve blow-off and it starts to dump the excess air in the atmosphere, then the “brains” of the vehicle will calculate the ratio of the mixture of old (ie, taking into account the fact that part of the air has come out of the valve in the system) so at the output we get pretty rich mixture of air and gas.

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