Well...it seemed to make the piston wash much more uniform and spread out along the circumference of the piston dome. The lack of a squish band IMO hurt it! Between the head design and the carb rifle I think I'll stick with tried and true designs for a while.And so did this swirling air effect make a difference on anything?
Never had deto issues or problems with the ring lands coming out. Surprising because he always slotted the snot out of the stator plate to crank the timing up. I don't think I ever seen him with a degree wheel on the motor to check port timing or ignition timing.I was wondering about the lack of squish. Everything I tried that didn't have a somewhat conventional squish band, seemed to go backwards. More prone to detonate, and harder on the ring lands. I don't know it those were issues for you on that one. Sure looks cool though.
This was built for a snow drag sled. When you sat down it compressed the foam even more so you sat lower and the seat was lighter then stock. Hop of the sled and it popped back to shape.Would the seat not seem real squishy after that? Like, to much so for enjoying the ride all day?