Arouse the DAMPFHAMMER!
This is a car a friend of mine built for the same class I’m running in
That is a very interesting application. If you need more torque for your engine, I have many approaches to do so in the field of an NA engine concept. What are the rules regarding the engine?Asphalt oval track. No dirt.
I just developed a 100 ftlb/Liter NA concept which already verified it's potential at the dyno. A 2 Liter engine which made 200 ftlb at flywheel at 5250 rpm, at 5500 rpm the gearbox broke, so more has to come after I tune further after the repair.
The DAMPFHAMMER engine, specified for 96 ftlb/Liter from 4500-8500 rpm. I am just designing another 89x80 engine (1991 ccm) for 360 [email protected],000 rpm for some speed applications, which still delivers in the simulation 90 ftlb/Liter from 6000-10000 rpm. The K-series offers a bunch of possibilities to improve VE and combustion to get torque up over a wide powerband. This is one of the best I4's from the production line off.