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i would, very briefly, more days than not hah
very... VERY briefly.
Yesterday, 05:15 PM
not to mention
7,603,850 newton metres (5,608,310 lbf·ft) @ 102 rpm
Yesterday, 05:09 PM
it at least shows that the pump itself has the ability to flow 'X' more fuel at 'Y' RPM than the completely factory one.. which is the important part.
Yesterday, 02:31 AM
that's what i mean, they're 'done' in terms of work needed.
Yesterday, 02:14 AM
Well fair enough... i always assume 'S' heads are top notch, but that's slightly surprising that even 800hp even approaching 1000hp, they're done.
fair enough... a worthwhile thing knowing i'd...
Yesterday, 02:00 AM
yeah i know, it's just meant as a 'what mods do you have to your engine' blanket question, rather than having to pull teeth like this haha (even though you're totally forthcoming when asked)
Yesterday, 12:54 AM
don't get me wrong, there's a LOT of that here
VW community still wanks with $1700 APR intercoolers and $1500 APR tunes...
i have a 'friend' who constantly whores out the fact his A3 has an...
Yesterday, 12:50 AM
ok, if you want it that plainly... is it sleeved/bored?.. 'built'? (though i've surmised as much from other posts), what other internal modifications on have you done to get to where you are?
that's pretty nuts
the 3.5 would be super interesting to see.
yeah, from an engineering standpoint sure.
06-16-2013, 11:06 PM
not replying for him.. but shops here will do some small changes for free if you hate the volume/raspiness etc of the system they build .. or larger changes discounted AS LONG as you followed their...
so basically higher rod to stroke means longer rod relative to stroke length which GENERALLY means less unwanted stresses due to smaller angles. got it!
there's just SO MANY engines that don't...
bah, can't find it again.... it's one of the honda B18's at 9k RPM
i wouldn't call them particularly strong... can't comment on the strength (i think they're OK but not world leading, i've...
that's not ESPECIALLY high mean wise
there's nothing PHYSICS wise stopping the N54 from revving higher... just ECU/hardware limitations.
it's not a R:S ratio that they went right off the bat...
06-16-2013, 09:10 PM
when talking about 'do you have stock head and stock block'
that IS what people mean
if someone wants to JUST know about pistons/crank whatever.. then THAT is specifically asked...
wow, i'll look forward to seeing that
what's the highest anyone's taken an S65 that you know of?
not as fast as some other cars i could quickly find... even up to 42+!
but it does go to show that the S65 no matter what would be capable of revving wahaaaaaaay higher than the N54
and honda makes motors that rev to 8 or even 9k with even lower R:S ratios (much closer to 1.5). it's not the be-all and end-all of what makes a motor able to rev high
1.87... being SO high,...
06-16-2013, 08:38 PM
you know just as well as i do that 'stock block and head' mean the WHOLE thing (including contents/moving parts) is OEM.
06-16-2013, 08:37 PM
ahh i found a video from 3 years ago
haven't seen it running in any car?
06-16-2013, 08:36 PM
with completely factory original internals/running parts?
06-16-2013, 08:36 PM
and the S85 has never shown itself to tend to sky high levels of power?
whether this is just because no one has bothered trying though...
06-16-2013, 08:33 PM
well now you're just being facetious
stock bottom end internals and or sleeves... stock valvetrain/ports... untouched crank.... unopened/factory original, is what 'stock' means.
06-16-2013, 08:32 PM
ahhhh so an LS or... say the 5.0 engine is superior as well then? even more capacity and they *can* rev just as high/higher.
06-16-2013, 07:36 AM
i'm hoping that was done intentionally.
06-16-2013, 07:32 AM
can't quite say that yet i don't think haha
no one has properly wrecked an N54 yet ;)
it aint over until that happens! haha
the S65 may be superior in many engineering aspects, that isn't up...
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