I might be off in left field, but I think that 85-90% is a good number for a normally aspirated engine. For a turbocharged engine it is typically above 100%, since you are compressing the air before it even reaches the combustion chamber. Thus, you can actually squeeze more air into the cylinders than the actual volume of the cylinders.
Thanks. I've been meanign to get up there and hang out with you guys. Just don't have the time. About hte only time i"m thru indy is during friday around 6, and sunday evening around 8 or so. friday I'm going west and sunday i'm going east on 70.
Don't do much hanging out in Indy as the GF is down in evansville, and I'm north of richmond. So most of my time is with her either back home in terre haute or at one of our places.
Long distance sucks ass... been doing it for a while now.
Anyone got any connections for an automotive engineering job either in Indy or Evansville??
we'll see you gys sometime i'm sure. maybe next summer or something.
I need ot get my shit tuned before trying ot hang with you guys. No way i could keep up. I need a T66 i guess.
Are you guys using a sensor ground for your bcc or chassis ground? I don't want to cut my harness so came up with this rough contraption. Something so simple yet 14-15 lbs boosts cuts every time. I started at 4.30v, kept turning it down after pulls to see if that was the case and nope still...
Will be installing 272 BC cams, springs, retainers, keepers and of course those pesky oem seals.
Still a bit confused on when I need to put motor at TDC since I am doing the "rope trick" does this matter?
So would you do shimless buckets like this?
Please correct if wrong.
So my odometer stopped working and i have resoldered it 2 times and everytime, it starts counting for about 5km and then stopps again. I have done the splice mod on the connector on the back also have tried putting it back to original and also tried removing my speedo converter but it didnt...