Most turbo`s will run the same as they boost to what ever the set level is without adjustment , I am talking 90`s/00`s technology , new stuff may well be programmed to cope with any altitude however you`ll need a laptop to faultfind and fix them.Can you adjust the boost to cope with altitude ? or does it run better at a fixed setting ?
Thanks for those links, The expeditionportal.com is great, have joined.The Mongol Rally might be a good start, my nephew did that and learnt a great deal about preparation and extremses of temperature
what about going on a proper course to learn from other peoples mistakes ?
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Join this Forum, I know a few people who have had massive amounts of excellent advice
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