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Old 03-18-2014, 02:57 AM
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dynamic and static compression

I'm building a truck motor going through all the paper builds , you know the ones you spend hours on only to find some new thread of information that changes everything.

So here I am rethinking my piston, flat to inverted dome, squish-quench, and cam timing. Oh last but not least compression ratio, dynamic, and static.When will it end thank god I have not ordered my pistons yet.

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