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Old 01-01-2015, 12:01 PM   #36
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Update on ny Ebay CAI, not yet on car , too much C'mas and New year stuff plus the cold weather has put this mod on idle.
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Also too I read something in regards to velocity and how a smaller port will increase velocity (with the right shape) and therefore more air will enter and you'll get more power. I really need to find that article or webpage.
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That's true, to an extent, but eventually it physically becomes a flow restriction. Basically you're trading low end velocity (more low end torque) for high end velocity (more top end torque = more top end whp) when switching to "bigger" pipes most times.
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That's true, to an extent, but eventually it physically becomes a flow restriction. Basically you're trading low end velocity (more low end torque) for high end velocity (more top end torque = more top end whp) when switching to "bigger" pipes most times.
Oh exactly, it just fascinates me how you can rework something in so many different ways and get results specific to your needs. Im on the street the entire time. i never see a track. So I want a set up that gives me great low end grunt and a power curve from 2k to 4k. I know im making power up top but its not my main focus. Another thing to; going off this velocity, is at what point would you need to make your ports bigger or would it matter for basic bolt ons? Im just throwing questions out there at this point, but it is great to learn.
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