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Old 11-26-2003, 09:39 AM
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turkish cat? isn't that a skater copy?

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I got to agree 9.1 for that kind of boost seems a little on the high side. What ya planning on running for gas?

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timucin sounds like your getting closer . How are you going to fit your head in there when you get it running Having the fastest boat in your counrty would be cool. I havent seen you in the Tech section lately.That is a mean looking cat &good luck.

Remeber Most 540 ci are internal ballance and you need chamfered bearings.
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Old 11-26-2003, 11:15 AM
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9:1 compression with 10 pounds of boost is going to pound those SRP pistons into a very nice set of paper weights. If you get 'em out quick enough, maybe you can use them as ash trays.

corky bell says i can do that if i am using a cooler.......
here is the graph
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Old 11-26-2003, 11:23 AM
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turkish cat? isn't that a skater copy?

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all turkish-made cats are skater copies...


let me start from the beginning;
i was gonna make 8 psi boost.i have the pulleys and everything ready for that.
but before installation i wanted to make some more search and got this book 'supercharged '
there corky-bell writer of this book says i can boost 12psi max on a 9:1 cr engine if i am using a cooler.
i bought a chiller and decided to to boost 10psi....
and he is saying pump-gas


Strip; yep i was reading books thats why i missed some cool threads in tech part
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Old 11-26-2003, 11:27 AM
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i am trying to post the garphs and some parts from the book but system doesnt allow for the moment
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he is saying shortly;
heat is the only problem in charger applications ,as long as you can cool it ,go with more boost


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ops it started working
here they are:
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i am not sure how you make desicion about too much ; is your desicion based on the final comp ratio charts?
or based on speed shop tech lines?

- the instruction manuals, tech lines,and standart papers are usually written/told with lots of tolerance.
like if you ask a adoctor he would say dont eat too much red-meat.this doesnt mean that you die next day if you eat it...
i am not trying to make an engine for years&years 50 hrs is more then enough to me.

do you reaily tested/tried and blew the 9:1 engine under 10psi? is there any experience like that? i am wondering this

do you think other factors are more important then heat?

here is what weiand advices;
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ops it started working
here they are:
I don't see how you can run 92 octane with 9:1 and 10 psi I hope 110 octane race fuel is cheap over there but I bet its not. That chart looks scary
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here is the exact sample
comp is 9:1 on this engine
non-cooled
look this cant be done,maximum is 4-5 psi
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