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### Chapter17Intexhformulas

Course: AUTO 94, Fall 2003
School: DeAnza College
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engine Performance preparation Intake formula Air flow requirements at 100% VE RPM x displacement 3456 * displacement in cubic inches * 3456 = cubic inches of air Performance engine preparation Exhaust formulas Exhaust runner diameter ID Minimum = exhaust valve diameter _____________ ID = 2curtain area Performance engine preparation Exhaust formulas Exhaust runner length Runner volume = 2 cylinder volumes Length = Displacement x 2 Curtain area
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