Truckedup wrote: ↑Sat Sep 21, 2019 7:52 am
4vpc wrote: ↑Sat Sep 21, 2019 5:02 am
With respect he just comes across as another guy with an opinion in that video.
Because it's somewhat relevant, I would be interested in your opinion on the topic ...
We don't need another opinion, we need some facts
He doesn't mention any testing he's done on the subject.
In his vid he claims that tight squish isn't used on production engines because they aren't accurate enough, that's not true at all, we're not in the 1940s any more.
DV says it's because emissions go up when squish is tight, A. Graham Bell on the other hand says that the mixture can actually get trapped between two parallel surfaces, that he's removed squish pads and seen a power increase on some engines, many turbo guys are making more power (because of lesser det' limits) by also removing squish pads.
Me? I sit on the fence observing because I don't have the funds to test. I sometimes think that if I won that big cash prize i'd buy some time, some equipment and do some testing of my own, but that's just a dream.
There is no S on the end of RPM.