Re: Static and dynamic compression ratios for street use?
It's easy to understand. The 212 cam's duration, lift and lobe center is in the range you describe, and the compression ratio's already been mentioned. There are no deep dish, low compression pistons off the shelf for a 430 unless you get them made.
Originally Posted by C.Rob
This is a 430 we're talking about...not a 455.
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