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Q: What is 1800 psi compared to in a car crash?

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To crush a small to mid size car it takes roughly 2300 psi. If you want to crush a big truck, SUV, or bigger vehicle you will need more than 2400 psi.

40 - 80 psi at idle, depending on what the engine is.

That depends on the tire. We have a Cobalt which only requires 44 psi. But the truck I drive at work requires 130 psi in the tires. There isn't one universal answer to this question.

It's 35 psi. -or am I mis-understanding you.

Pounds per Square Inch AND Pounds per square inch. It is used to measure pressure, especially with tires.

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1800 pounds per square inch = 124.106 bar.

I've heard they can excert 1800 psi

psi is air pressure per square inch normally for your tyres

Fuel pump pressure depends on which fuel system the car has. If your car has a carburetor then the fuel pressure should be 9 - 13 psi. If your car is fuel injected then the fuel pressure should be about 45 psi.

The auto combustion pressure for a diesel engine is 580 psi. This is compared to the 200 psi of the gas powered engine.

To crush a small to mid size car it takes roughly 2300 psi. If you want to crush a big truck, SUV, or bigger vehicle you will need more than 2400 psi.

The total amount required is measured in PSI, which is about 35 PSI. Therefore, the amount you need is calculated by using the following formula: Required PSI = 35 PSI - Actual PSI

304 strength ranges from 80,000 psi to 250,000 psi, depending on degree of cold work. Standard carbon steel strength is less than 80,000 psi.

Exactly the same -

For that car it is 30 psi. You can always find the recommended PSI if you open the driver door and look in the doorjam. There will be a sticker unless it has been removed.

about 12 psi

Hire someone else to do it!!!

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