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Old 01-24-2011, 11:07 AM   #381 (permalink)
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One of you CAD guys could maybe do up a few models with different hole sizes and patterns to see how to get the most out of the inlet ports?
I was kinda likin the one y0da900 posted a whiles ago... Edit: Fracture to the power tube shouldn't be much of a concern now that the spring resides in a new location.
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:18 AM   #382 (permalink)
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Yeah it looks good.

I just remember someone saying that they could actually measure flow with some of those programs and see how it would "behave" might have been one of the solid works programs.

If we can test before making it to figure out what has the best chances why not start there.
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If someone has software that can do that, I'll be impressed... something like that isn't cheap.

Just having CAD (unless you have a student copy) is expensive.

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If someone has software that can do that, I'll be impressed... something like that isn't cheap.

Just having CAD (unless you have a student copy) is expensive.

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COSMOS doesnt come stock with solidworks? I guess I'm spoiled.
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Pretty sure yoda or andy has it too. I'm not that good at using it.
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Solidworks is expensive as hell if you have to purchase it!!!!

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4 grand just for standard and I have no idea what modeling/simulation (not referring to 3d) comes with it.

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Solidworks is expensive as hell if you have to purchase it!!!!

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4 grand just for standard and I have no idea what modeling/simulation (not referring to 3d) comes with it.

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Most machine shops require it?, so many machinist, so mant beggers lol
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After all the talk about trying larger PT and a Madman valve system I finally fired up the heater in my shop and started making chips.
Nice job! Will you be regulating to see if the sweetspot has gone lower? I assume you'll see a much greater closing bias with the widened valve face.
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It's actually going to be the exposed port area that is going to be the challenge. Look at the new trracer's ports and how little is actually exposed when the PT is back all the way. Maybe a little more than a 1/3... so 1/3 + 1/3 is less than the full area of the inside of the PT.

As I suggested before, if you can increase the travel of the power tube you can expose more of the ports. That could be a problem though because your hammer would need to sit further forward using the standard location of the face of the valve nut.

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I had the idea of counterboring the valve nut inlet on the first or second page.... Would that work to increase the amount of valve surface area exposed?
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