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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    Really? That's an issue mate as it should get to 4000 with no issues.

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    Yeah not sure what the go is.
    Andy at Dieseltec did mention that my bottle neck is air with my current setup, and the ht18 ...
    I'm not sure if that contributes to rev trouble but , it has a hard time above 3k... When at 3.2 it's got nothing left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    This Genset's max rpm is only 1400 rpm. Not a lot. A TD42 is 4000. RPM is a big factor, more than engine size.
    OK, that's the info I was looking for, displacement x rpm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    Really? That's an issue mate as it should get to 4000 with no issues.

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    Yeah mine will get there and past it quite easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    OK, that's the info I was looking for, displacement x rpm.
    More info for ya! To work out fuel flow of a Diesel engine. Multiply the engine HP x .18, = flow in GPH.

    I'd really love to know what a factory Fuel filter assembly is rated for. My Patrol's flow is 145.7 Litres Per Hour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    More info for ya! To work out fuel flow of a Diesel engine. Multiply the engine HP x .18, = flow in GPH.

    I'd really love to know what a factory Fuel filter assembly is rated for. My Patrol's flow is 145.7 Litres Per Hour.
    Interesting, however I can tell you my 6.5 does not use anything like that, verified with twin flowmeters and a fuel management computer. I don't think anyone would get very far down the road if they used this data!
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    Once again I know ‘nuffing’ about this stuff but really enjoying/appreciating learning here Legends
    I do remember when I burst the seams on my GU rear main tank on a rock and had to quickly externally plumb the filter pickup line out through the bonnet corner and direct like a syphon hose into the forward auxiliary tank filler nozzle to get up and out of the shit quickly.
    Philstar you kindly educated me then that some huge amount (can’t remember %) of diesel delivery volume heads immediately back to the main tank of which could be the filters overall rated needs if that makes nuffy theory sense?
    Certainly the main rear tank gauge filled up quickly climbing out but we were back up onto flat highway country by then to re-plumb the system back to standard and use the 1/3 full to get back home safely


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Interesting, however I can tell you my 6.5 does not use anything like that, verified with twin flowmeters and a fuel management computer. I don't think anyone would get very far down the road if they used this data!
    Yes, I should have said, maximum fuel flow. e.g being hard on the go pedal, absolute flat knacker, pushing as most amount of fuel the engine is capable of, for an hour.
    Flow for an engine, is measure at maximum, so in reality, yes the engine would not come near this. It would be impossible to rate flow at an average.

    That calculation too was given to me by Parker at our last conference, its what they use, and being probably the most knowledgeable company in the world for fuel filtration, I can only assume its right.

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    Installed a 200 ah Enerdrive lifepo4 battery and Enerdrive 40+ dc2dc charger. Should keep my 2 Waeco 50l fridges (one used as a freezer) humming along nicely. Covid willing will be heading to the Geo Centre of the Simpson in April, can't wait.

    The lifepo4 battery replace two Fullriver 105 ah AGMs I have had on board for years, saved 40 kg in weight
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimE View Post
    Installed a 200 ah Enerdrive lifepo4 battery and Enerdrive 40+ dc2dc charger. Should keep my 2 Waeco 50l fridges (one used as a freezer) humming along nicely. Covid willing will be heading to the Geo Centre of the Simpson in April, can't wait.

    The lifepo4 battery replace two Fullriver 105 ah AGMs I have had on board for years, saved 40 kg in weight
    Well done TimE Mate!
    Sounds like a ripper setup and a Legendary adventure forthcoming

    Kicking my own ass now for ordering build stuff backwards with rushed nuffy self electrical knowledge after seeing your top design post above:

    Ordered a slimline AGM a few weeks ago for my twin fridge/freezer setup too:



    Dropped into Piranha for a dc-dc thingy yesterday as was kindly educated by @matfew was truly needed to protect the AGM from my winch cranking main batteries.

    Turns out the new Redarc thingy is also capable of Lifepo4 which in hindsight could’ve replicated exactly your top Lithium setup too
    Stay safe, have fun out there in the center, plenty of happy photos pretty please





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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Well done TimE Mate!
    Sounds like a ripper setup and a Legendary adventure forthcoming

    Kicking my own ass now for ordering build stuff backwards with rushed nuffy self electrical knowledge after seeing your top design post above:

    Ordered a slimline AGM a few weeks ago for my twin fridge/freezer setup too:



    Dropped into Piranha for a dc-dc thingy yesterday as was kindly educated by @matfew was truly needed to protect the AGM from my winch cranking main batteries.

    Turns out the new Redarc thingy is also capable of Lifepo4 which in hindsight could’ve replicated exactly your top Lithium setup too
    Stay safe, have fun out there in the center, plenty of happy photos pretty please





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    That agm will be plenty good enough for what you are using it for MB. Don't regret it, it will kick ass!

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