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Old 04-05-06, 05:33 PM
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Talking na 20b with bridge port....

hey guys,

im no big expert on naturally aspirated rotaries....so i was wondering ya'lls input on

the power potential of a three rotor with high compression rotors, bridge port, ITB's

and race gas? this will be a track only car so any other input on na performance

would be great. thanks guys! rotor on!

~Jonathan

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I don't think you would get over 375, probably a little less.
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Race gas? I thiink u could just run pump gas. Make sure your fuel delivery is good.
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See the 20B section.
We've covered this in detail already.


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Originally Posted by NoviceRotaryTech.
Race gas? I thiink u could just run pump gas. Make sure your fuel delivery is good.
well high compression rotors and agressive timing....so a slower burning fuel would

probably be my best choice.
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Originally Posted by internal comsucktion engi
hey guys,

im no big expert on naturally aspirated rotaries....so i was wondering ya'lls input on

the power potential of a three rotor with high compression rotors, bridge port, ITB's

and race gas? this will be a track only car so any other input on na performance

would be great. thanks guys! rotor on!

~Jonathan

Catch one of my threads in the summer time.
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