Hey Klarkster, Take, the **** if you must... But, My finely tighted friend(this is meant in jest only!!!) you will find that an increase in a given engines systermatic volumetric efficency will, in no uncertain terms.... Booost it´´s output... It stands to reason, that, if you can increase volumetric efficency. You improve an engines ability to do it´s "thing"... Granted, my approach is old school... but my friend it placed me and my boss in the top five for the Nth Island TQ champs three years running.... (TQ # 25, based in Akarana (Akl), driven/owned by Barry & Nicole Wahanui) Together with Alan Franklin of Colemans Suzuki in Auckland, we managed to squeeze 145hp @ 14.5k rpm out of a longstroke 750 mtr and keep it reliable, to the point were we re-ringed it once through a season.... From this, you may gleen, the fact that I do know my way round a bike engine or two... And, from such experience, I, personally have developed, my own particular recipe for success... As a very good mate of mine once said at Rosebank Rd... How much does second place pay again ???
Good luck, God speeeeeeed and C U on the finish line
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