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So what you're really saying is that you're neither intelligent nor informed enough to prove me wrong? At least you finally admit it.:TU:you are the smartest guy i know. in fact, you're sooooooooo smart that you realize how much more potential a motor with less compression has. since i'm obviously gone wrong with 12:1 c/r and nitrous on 93 octane i've often thought of building my next motor without using piston rings. sure, it'll burn a lot of oil, but the volumetric efficiency will be so much better when i can use the full timing and make the motor spin backwards. i think this is how they did that trick in the fast n' furious.
hey crossdress, you should also install a diy egr system. it's simple, all you gotta do is unbolt the catalytic converter. get you a flange, a new flange, and weld you a 90 degree bend with 18" arms. then get the measuring tape and cut a hole in the floorboard right where the bend starts. bolt it on, roll the windows up and dream about how efficient it is at d-series.org since you've joined, and then think how efficient it'll be when you're dead.
Haven't posted it because I haven't decided on my next build yet. It'll most likely be a B18C1 shooting for the 230-250whp range all-motor with 11.5:1 compression.rofl.....
so i may have missed it, but what are your plans/goals as far as motor setup....?
Weekend warrior/road race without juice. About the only things I really have left to figure out are what cams and valve train. I need to do a lot more research on the B-Series to find the cams that will give me what I'm looking for which is a lot of mid-range. My head porter's input will be greatly influencial in my final decision.any plans on nitrous, this gonna be a drag setup, or auto-x
Indeed. My only point was not to raise compression too high. Then I got flamed because people seem to think I'm speaking in absolutes when it should be pretty obvious that I'm speaking in generalities.Of course, any engine w/ a properly ported head is going to be more efficient than that of a stock cylinder head. The initial question for this thread wasn't about efficiency of the cylinder head though. It was about the HP increase for each 1.0 increase in compression. With that said, your point though valid, isn't relevant to the thread. The question isn't about if a D16 w/ 11.5:1 CR and a ported head will be more efficient, it's about if a D16 w/ 12.5:1 CR will make more power than the same D16 w/ 10.5:1 CR, which it will. Can we both at least agree on that?
Yes. 11.5:1 isn't any compression at all. You're an idiot and your posts are as worthless as your life.nah, i can't prove that a car won't run without compression.
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yes... shut up now.....:haha:
:beer:There, now we can be friends again.
So why where you arguing with me about it then? Lower compression means you can run more timing. That was my point from the get.Who said anything about running 28-32 total on pump with 13:1+ compression???? That bitch would be knocking like crazy. I'll be lucky to get 24 total, 26 total if I say a prayer!
Any dyno charts available? Who are these a knock-off of?try the AKMEE cams, heard they hot!!!!!