Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Panama City, FL
I understand that. But, here's my theory and its only a theory. If you apply tried and true engine building techniques that have produced performance gains in engines of all shapes, sizes, configurations, etc. and you are willing to search out the best parts, the most knowledgeable people in the business, and are willing to spend the money to get things done absolutely correct, the gains on the build should be somewaht in proportion to tried and true methods that have worked all along on other engines, especially those of similar size, shape and build. Like you said, its all speculation till one of us puts the tires on the dyno or track and makes it scream. Sorry for the hijack.
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