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Old 04-12-2013, 07:25 PM   #21
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Compression measured at 170 psi.... seems low. Perhaps due to overlap with stage II cams??
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Im curious if that math would work the same once pistons , deck height , valve job is done etc , I would think you would need to know CC`s of head , CC`s of deck height , CC`s of pistons

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Absolutely and you need to know the CC's of the head gasket too.
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Absolutely and you need to know the CC's of the head gasket too.
Head was 43cc before .020" was removed and gasket is stock Ford Zetec Blacktop.
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Big question: relative benefits of a a completely new bottom end?
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