Mopower said: (quoted from post at 07:13:36 12/12/12) A few guys use a pretty good estimation method for figuring CFM requirements for their puller engine's induction requirements. There's been some pretty good dyno results out there after shoring up a carb, manifold, and head. What general method for calculation do some of you YT posters use?
What ever the choke points minimum cross sectional area cfm is usually makes 1 hp for 1 cfm conservately usually 180 cfm per cylinder will make 200 hp around 2000 rpm with piston speed being equal to or higher in fpm than engine rpm.
This post was edited by MLPANKEY at 07:56:59 12/12/12 5 times.
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