Ok this is for all you mad scientists. Time for a new science experiment. Anyone thought about messing with the cams.....actually forget about cams who needs em. Lets go indy car technology no cams just solenoids. First off ill explain how it works for the most part. Instead of an overhead cam like we use on our motors a solenoid is placed on top of the head with the valves connected to one or multiple solenoids. Now as the crank rotates a computer determines when to open and close the solenoid resulting in the valves opening and closing. Now here is the next kicker lets make this a variable solenoid meaning it can vary with how much it opens in closes ie. at low RPMs you have it open only a little bit much like a smaller cam BUT you gain torque this way, now say our motor starts to get moving and the turbo starts spooling well now send a signal to the solenoid to open the valve even further. Suddenly its like you got a new cam in your car as the valves open farther, you can vary duration, and lobe with the solenoid. So now that I have introduced some of you to the concept anyone have anymore info on it? Any mad scientists experimenting? Anyone work for a solenoid company that could design something to withstand this. Not only can you vary your torque curve with this type of technology BUT you can also rev higher as you dont have to worry about your valve train anymore. Just a balanced bottom end. For the most part F1 and Indy I believe are presently utilizing this technology just wondering if anyone else has any input on it?