|Adv. Intake Duration||288|
|Adv. Exhaust Duration||300|
|Intake Duration @.050||214|
|Exhaust Duration @.050||224|
|Intake Valve Lift w/1.6 Rocker Ratio [w/1.72]||.473 [.508]|
|Exhaust Valve Lift w/1.6 Rocker Ratio [w/1.72]||.497 [.534]|
|Lobe Separation Angle||112|
|Cam Type||Hydraulic Flat Tappet|
|Basic Operating Range||2800 RPM|
Sounds like your car will run awesome, when you are finished...
Take a look at ElSuperPinto's exhaust in my thread. That was my solution to end the headache of running dumps.Oh, it's all the time. And it's because I have dumps, but I really have nowhere to route a tailpipe with a Fox fuel tank. I've toyed with the idea of adding short glass packs but wonder how it would affect the tone. I know they'd help quiet it down though, just never jumped in. I mean I like how it sounds, just not the volume, especially on longer drives. I don't mind it so much on short drives. It's easy to drop the exhaust if anyone didn't notice, that might be my next mini-project.
Take a look at ElSuperPinto's exhaust in my thread. That was my solution to end the headache of running dumps.
I'm going to revise it by replacing the 90 degree bends with 120s to put the tips closer to the rear tires instead of at the doors, but beyond that it works perfectly, no more booming in the cabin.
Hence why I run the setup I run and advocate the hell out of it. When I do the 120 degree bends, I'm also planning on some Trans-Am style tips laying sideways, giving me dual exits right in front of each tire tucked up to the pinch weld (with the plan to eventually put some side skirts on it).The problem would be finding someone with a mandrel bender. I can't imagine many shops having one, I'd think that most would just have the other.