Originally Posted by vinniekq2
cdminter? curious as to why you estimate the horse power higher than the torque then claim the engine wont rev past 5500 rpm. How is that estimate even possible mathematically? do you know the rule of 5252?
I just used Comp Cams CamQuest. After you enter the info, bore stroke, camshaft, intake, carb, head type, exhaust type you can click on dyno. It gives you an estimated hp and torque at given rpm. Besides I didn't mean it would rev past 5500 but the power starts leveling off looking at the graph shown on this dyno.