- Nov 27, 2007
Do you run straight race fuel with stock compression then?Compression ratio has alot to do with the engine torque curve :face-icon-small-win
IMO,you get the best of both worlds with running a high compression ratio , you can run a bigger turbo with less engine back pressure and still have throttle response like its a stock sled with huge amounts of torque :face-icon-small-hap
The torque curve of a properly fueled and timed motor with a high compression ratio at 15lbs of boost will look a lot different then the torque curve of a properly fueled motor with low compression ratio at 15lbs of boost.:yo:
Is the a point where high compression takes away from top end power on a boosted motor?