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Old 08-20-2019, 05:03 PM   #21
John V, outside agitator
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Originally Posted by hiperfauto View Post
The numbers I used assumed you had the VV101 cam. The calculator says to use seat to seat valve timing numbers for best results but the closest I could find were valve events @ .020" lift using this site for reference. That means that dynamic compression is actually a bit lower.

Using the numbers for a VV71 it works out to 8.90:1.

Yep that's my favorite calculator except that everything is in some units made up based on a mythological kings thumb ferfawkssake.....

What's nice with that is you can keep banging in numbers till you get dynamic up to high 9s maybe 10:1---then see whatchoo need for "static" to get that number.
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