|08-13-2007 07:29 PM|
Thanks for the replys
Thanks for all the replies. As usual, I was overthinking the whole damn thing. I'm going with it, thanks for the advise.
|08-13-2007 07:21 PM|
|techinspector1||If you study fluid dynamics, you'll learn that it doesn't amount to a fart in a whirlwind anyway. Most of the flow goes down the middle of the port. There is a dead space at the surface of the port walls, like the flow in a river. Goes real fast down the middle of the channel, little or no flow at the bank.|
|08-13-2007 10:53 AM|
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|08-13-2007 09:28 AM|
|Jmark||I have read more then once that smaller intake to larger head is ok, but not the other way around. Sounds like you're good to go.|
|08-13-2007 09:09 AM|
|XNTRCI-T||It's not unusual for ports not to match perfectly. It's not a big deal unless you're trying squeeze every possible horsepower out of your motor. Some folks actually think the mismatch helps with fuel-air mixture by creating turbulence in the intake port at the expense of some flow. Probably OK for a street motor.|
|08-13-2007 08:15 AM|
Matching intake ports heads/intake
I ordred a summit brand intake manifold for my street rod build. I notice that the intake runner openings that match up to the intake runners on the heads are not square with each other and they are a little smaller than those on the heads.
Is this a big deal – or – is that how they make them?