Originally Posted by ajm8127
actually you were right. 3.75ms x 2 stroke/rev = 8000rpms
Originally Posted by Mike@VAC
very curious if cams would even benefit the n54... would need to know the stock specs to start doing the math on this. Duration may not help due to VANOS and lobe slope, lift may only negatively effect the valvetrain. Plus the comparison would be very difficult... with any data VANOS logs would need to be included.
Originally Posted by benzy89
Originally Posted by BoostAddict
+1 overlap, VE, peak pressure further from TDC all contribute to less pressure
[QUOTE=Sticky;457748]Some very good posts but those oem engines that are at over 8000 RPM also are not inline 6's so the fuel requirements change, don't they? "