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Old 12-20-2012, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88 View Post
Its real simple. The dynamic compression ratio is based on simplictic intake valve closing point.
When for 1 is very hard to accuratily establish.
I call BS. The mfg will give you the intake closing point down to minutes and seconds if you ask for it and it's not that difficult for a home garage builder to find 1 degree.

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2. the RUNNING engine's real in cylinder pressure has nothing to do with the cranking compression.
when its running at speed.
I call BS. Show your scientific data to support that statement.

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In the real world, engines do not operate in a tightly controled environment.
Gas quality changes, operating temps change, air inlet temp changes widely.
The knock tolerance of a engines varies widely based on the actual operating conditions at any one time.
I call BS. What are you going to do, reach out into thin air and pick a cam?

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As a general statement engines that operate in the real world with more than 10.5:1cr that are not computer electronic controled will be knock sensitive on even good pump gas reguardless of the cam used.
When things get hot they get hot.
I call BS. What data do you have to back up what you say?

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For every internet guru that claims that you can do this and that there are 4 guy who found out how the real world really works.
You don;t pick a cam based on simple dynamic compression ( theory).
I call BS. Where's your data to prove what you're saying?

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You cannot predict the cranking compression based on published cam specs.
These are not the true running open close specs of a RUNNING engine.
I call BS. Where's your data?


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Your cam picks are always lame and wrong fo both power and .....
I call BS. Sounds like one punk's opinion to me.

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Your power estimate are always wrong and lame based on over simplistic $20 computer programs and wrong inputs./[QUOTE]

I call BS. Sounds like one punk's opinion to me.

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In short you are full of BS,,,, SIR. have a nice day.
Again, BS. Just one punk's opinion.

That seems to be all you have is opinions with nothing scientific or mathematical to back them up. I call BS on your entire agenda.

Just for the record, I have PM'd you in the past and tried to make friends. My PM was never answered, leaving me to think that you are just a punk who is devoid of honor and integrity and chocked full of BS opinions.
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