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sorry this is theo one i have used for all my builds but i guess i wont post stuff i use up here unless people ask
 

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sorry this is theo one i have used for all my builds but i guess i wont post stuff i use up here unless people ask
Then you've been using bad info (unless it was fixed).

Google "zeal autoworks compression calculator" and use that one.
 

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awww this brings a tear to my eye!

you guys have anything else you'd like to see/be able to do on these calcs, or the addition of other calcs? we have a bunch of things in the works- but want to hear from you guys too!

much love,
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ps. and yes i know i suck for rez'ing an old post
 

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Well Katy......items I'd like to see..............

nope, they do as please.

Blame your sister!

I would like to tweak/add to the tranny gear calc. Merger of knowledge.
 

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i use teh zeal
 

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I'll measure the honda head gasket when it gets here this week.

I've found they only give you an idea of where your going to be. You have to figure it out yourself when you put it together.
 

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I would like to tweak/add to the tranny gear calc. Merger of knowledge.
Please PM me and we'll get together on that!

How about adding the 1gge and 1ggte Supra piston info to it?
Tell me more!

And correcting the .037" headgasket to .027" . . .
I had been under the impression that the A6 gasket was slightly thicker than the Z6 gasket. If this info is incorrect, point me in the right direction!
 

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B16A Rods matched with non-US Supra 1G-GTE pistons:

I calculated the following #'s for this combo
Piston volume = -7cc dish
Compression height = 33mm
Rod length = 134mm

Pro's of this setup = Strong B16 rods and [not]forged Supra pistons

This is information has been gathered from Turbopanda ( username on www.honda-tech.com ). He sells this set-up for about $400.

The shorter B16 rods with a D16 stroke will result in a 1.49 rod/stroke ratio, down from the stock D16 1.52 R/S ratio.

The Toyota pistons' height make up for the length of the rod, that's why it’s still usable in a D series engine.

1G-GTE Supra pistons are 75mm. B16A rods are a lot stronger than D16 rods, and can handle boost way better. The rods are modified in order to accept the Toyota pistons. Installation is as simple as replacing your pistons and rods. The Crankshaft needs no modification, although the bottom of the short block will need to be notched a little so that there is enough clearance for the B16A rods
http://www.knology.net/~jediklc/pistonnotes.htm

Ill see what info I can dig up about them.
 
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