Long duration cams and why they work (By panic mechanic)

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Re: Long duration cams and why they work (By panic mechanic)

Postby 1hotTT » Sat Mar 05, 2016 12:58 am

Compression comes in to the equation way later than many of us think?

Bleeding compression is direct in relation to:
1) Head design
2) Piston design
3) Valve angle
4) Type of fuel

Most of all would be density of the mixture or coast or at altitude, turbo and or nos, methanol or alcohol...........etc...etc....

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