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to be honest with you, im not sure although it does seem more like a displacement thing, since the h22 is classified the same as the k..

but judging by the fact that there not even allowing aftermarket cams anymore they are definatly going to keep they playing field level with the bseries guys
 

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yeah right! said:
to be honest with you, im not sure although it does seem more like a displacement thing, since the h22 is classified the same as the k..

but judging by the fact that there not even allowing aftermarket cams anymore they are definatly going to keep they playing field level with the bseries guys
How can it be level if the built B series guy able to get 215-220whp which is the same of what the K series car produce with stock oem cams, but the B series guy able to run 150lbs lighter? 150lbs is a lot. In any case it will be about 1 sec give or take a little in any track.

Look at how the Endless car pull away from me on the straight at the last race in BW.
 

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[quote="Andrie]
How can it be level if the built B series guy able to get 215-220whp which is the same of what the K series car produce with stock oem cams, but the B series guy able to run 150lbs lighter? 150lbs is a lot. In any case it will be about 1 sec give or take a little in any track.

Look at how the Endless car pull away from me on the straight at the last race in BW.[/quote]

you know what dude thats a very good point.. i forgot to consider the fact that we have to weigh 2350.. it really cant be left like that now can it?
 

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I thought nasa H1 rules still required a stock bottom end and a few other limitations...are the b20vtec's making 220whp with completely stock bottoms...I've never seen one? I've seen them push 200 or so but thats it.
 
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