The other white meat
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Umm, no... w/all due respect, that's wrong. Outside air temp has nothing to do with it
There are no dry desert breezes passing thru, Water does not evaporate
from the closed environment of the crankcase. Water gets cooked off or it stays behind.
Exhaust blow-by is live steam and CO2 at 212F+, if you cool your oil to 100F constantly,
you will have built a still inside your engine. The temp you'd have to be higher than
to even stop condensing the steam and increasing the water content is 212F.
Thanks, guys. This is much more work than I anticipated, but worth every bit!
So, let me see if I've got this straight... you've designed a tachometer that will show green lights, but red when revved above ~3,000 RPM when the oil temp is under Y (Y= operating engine or oil temperature), but once the temp exceeds Y, the tach will show green until the revs exceed ~6,000. That is bada$$, hell I'd buy one.