This occured last year in October.........:down: Till this day he hasnt received a phone call back or any compensation.I'm sorry to hear about your friend and I'm pretty sure that Skunk2 will not leave you hanging around.
I hear you Chris, but when are we ever under 6500-7000 RPM. We launch of our 2 step higher then that, lol... Shift points are around anywhere from 9000-10000 RPM, my gear ratios are allowing me to drop maybe around 750 RPM with every shift. It's racing and my whole model is "keep it simple stupid" Lol... With the lock rocker assembly, I can tell you that the mid-range is insane.
My motor isn't running yet, Nikos. But, I've done many set ups like this on B, H as well as K engines for friends and personal.This is running already?
No, Nikos. Yes it's a 99mm stroke and no I haven't done a Turbo K in 99mm yet. This is the first one for me personally. What do you think? Or what's the next question?Instead of just telling you what I think and my theory, I would rather ask you questions.
What stroke you using, 99mm?
Have you done any 99mm turbo K for your friends?
Nikos, could do me a favour and calculate what the rounded MPS would be if I were to shift at 7800 RPM with a 99mm stroke engine.Piston speed in a function of stroke and RPM only.
A 2.4 litre Formula One engine at 19,000 rpm has a 25 meters per second mean piston speed. At 10000 RPM, your k24a would have a mean speed of 31 meters per second.
Only engines today that can go that fast are TOP FUEL engines.
Kris, at the end of the day. It's great to come home to an amazing family life. I'm glad everything is panning out for you. I'll call you tomorrow.Thanks.
Ive been doing great. Sad to be out of the game, very very sad but home life couldnt be better
I just wanted to share what I have experienced with the skunk2 cams.I'm loving how people who've never built a fast car suddenly feel they're experts and feel the need to exercise their internet god complex and make posts completely void of any constructive criticism
of their own to show off.
I dont see why not...I think we are raising legitimate concerns about his powerband and his revlimit. He wants 800+ hp with a big stroke and 10000RPM. Hate all you want but there is scientific basis and it is not based on theories from other people but laws of physics.
99mm strokes have been revving to 10500RPM but they are not using stock rod lengths or off the shelf pistons.
You made 833whp with a 86mm stroke. Do you think you can achieve the same number with a 99mm stroke? Please educate us so we can learn from you.