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The quick revs are due to the amount of blower OD they run and the large diameter of the butterflys on the hat make it like an on/off switch too.
Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr Not just the bottom end, everything is lightened and balanced to the max. Alcohol and nitro help also!
I dont think the fuel maters as much , But i think you dead on about the hardware
I guess running a v-drive is just like the circle dirt cars running with no flywheel or using flexplate or aluminum flywheel they both have peeky revs
Not just the bottom end, everything is lightened and balanced to the max. Alcohol and nitro help also!
Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr Cubic dollars! LOL So true
I think its just the Combo of the engines light bottom ends
What makes a BA motor rev like they do? I have never seen a motor that spins like that that wasn't in a streetbike. Is it the stroke, aluminum rods, injection, alky or a combo of everything?