General engine tech -- Drag Racing to Circle Track
? What cnc cuts? Is there a diferent pic I'm not seeing?
Looks like shop B at least cares about a top and bottom cut.
Shop a looks like a 45 into the chamber then a 80 underneath.
I would favor B myself. But who knows until you test them.
Shop a probably used an exhaust cutter on both intake and exhaust. In return you got a big hole. Big holes flow more air. Lolbmwmaster wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:52 amHi,
I gave two of my heads to different companies after manual porting and told them to cut performance valve seats and generate the best flow.
They have totaly different philiosopies as shown in the pics.
Company A Race seats look like this: (its somehow one big angle to make the seat wider and then a very tiny angle where the contact area is and very little gap to the chamber. Target seems to create as much as possible open area.)
Company B optimized seats like this: (Its an 4 Angle Seat to create smooth transition to the chamber)
Its an bmw m20 2.7l 2V engine. Will have about 11:1 CR 280° Cam and about 6800-7000 RPM sport street use. Both heads use 42/36mm valves which are modified to the seats
Would be nice when some experienced people could tell their opinion about the two types of seat cut. What should work better?
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