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06-22-2012 01:46 PM
68NovaSS
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Originally Posted by 67-4-fun
depends on the calculator.. KB just used 5 as they use a - 5 to represent a dome.. most i would say use a -5 for a relief in the piston.. {non dome} best thing to do is put the figure in and see what you got, if it looks to high with a - infront of number, then just use 5..
Do that first with a motor's known c.r., otherwise you could be just fooling yourself...
06-22-2012 12:48 AM
67-4-fun depends on the calculator.. KB just used 5 as they use a - 5 to represent a dome.. most i would say use a -5 for a relief in the piston.. {non dome} best thing to do is put the figure in and see what you got, if it looks to high with a - infront of number, then just use 5..
06-21-2012 11:13 PM
prostcelica
Compression calculator

This is probably an easy one but Im going to ask it anyhow.....because Im not sure.

If you have a flat top piston with a 5cc double eyebrow valve relief. When you input that info into the calculator would you use 5 or -5??

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