Hi @Muffadal Khopoliwala , I did a test based on the offical sample LocalFiles on android emulator (android 11), and changed the code in class ExternalStorageFilenameGenerator to yours, but it works properly.
The tests were carried out by German magazine AUTO BILD in cooperation with Brüel & Kjær. As part of their luggage, the two engineers had brought with them the latest measuring equipment, specially designed for use in passenger cars. The Head And Torso Simulator (HATS) is placed in the front (or rear) of the vehicle, and picks up noises via microphones inside its head. In addition, a binaural headset was used, allowing one of the engineers to listen to the recordings. Both systems were connected via WLAN to a tablet PC, making it easy to monitor the measurements during the test drive.
This platform release includes several URL changes based on new server architecture that is being rolled out. Note that \"sandbox\" is being used to refer to any endpoints for working with the car emulators during the development of apps.
For any year Starion the engine is very strong but for boost levels over 15 psi we highly recommend using forged pistons and head studs. This gives you a huge safety margin with detonation, bad gas, etc.
Okay, we all know that Starions are famous for cracking cylinder heads. It is a 50/50 problem between bad design by Mitsubishi and poor maintenance and abuse on the part of most owners. Since it is more fun to blame the manufacturer we will discuss that first. The jet valves do not belong in a Turbo engine. More specifically the steel jet valve shrouds that protrude into the combustion chamber do not belong there. Unfortunately there is no way to have the jet valves without the shrouds and steel is the only thing that will live in the chamber. The steel shroud gets glowing hot and transfers a huge amount of heat right at the seat area The cooling in the head cannot get rid of this heat fast enough and the head cracks right across the seats or from the exhaust valve to the water port. The answer is to not have the jet valves there at all. We can eliminate them from the head by welding up both sides of the port and blending the chamber. We only feel this is worth doing on a non-cracked head that has quite a bit of money invested in porting. The new non-jet valve head castings we offer cost less than doing a crack repair and jet valve removal with new valve guides.
The other problem with cracking the heads is the cooling system. The heat generated in a Turbo car dictates that the cooling system be working properly. If the radiator is even 10% clogged your car will run hot. There is no reason for a Starion or Conquest to run hot under normal driving conditions even on the hottest summer day with the A/C on. Running the car hard on boost up a hill on a hot day is a different story. If you are inclined to such silly things than we suggest you upgrade to a 3 row high efficiency radiator or an Aluminum unit.
Make sure your cooling fans Work properly. Almost every car we get in has at least 1 of the fans not working properly. The first time you get stuck in traffic with the main fan not operational the temp will be right up in the red. One or 2 trips into the red and a head gasket or the whole head will go.
Head hardware is another important area. The stock head bolts are a torque to yield style bolt, which means they have to be replaced every time they are removed. If you do not replace them the head will lift from the block and the head gasket will blow. We have had customers replace a head gasket every 3-4 weeks and never understand what the problem is. We use ARP head studs on all our engines. A stud with a nut and washer distributes the load evenly over the head surface instead of a bolt pulling the threads in the block and distorting the block surface. The studs will also allow a higher torque which means better gasket crush and a more rigid assembly. A non-jet valve head with studs will be very unlikely to ever crack or blow a head gasket.
Once you get into the engine you can make some vast improvements. Between raising the static compression, Upgrading to Forged Pistons and good rings, losing the jet valves from the head, doing some porting work, Etc you can really crank some boost and take full advantage of a setup like the T3/T4.
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