Chapter17Parts

Chapter17Parts - Performance engine preparation Improving...

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Performance engine preparation Improving reliability Connecting rods tensile loads reduce reciprocating weight improve fasteners aftermarket rods
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Performance engine preparation Improving reliability Pistons light and strong .200” crown thickness end gaps with hypereutectic pistons coated piston skirts effects of increased clearance? more cam for less clearance
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Performance engine preparation Improving reliability Rings frictional losses thin rings reduce friction Moly rings for less scuff and friction more end gap for second ring
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Performance engine preparation Improving reliability Springs increased pressure increased strain on valve train parts friction dampers generate heat oil cools springs, but adds to consumption
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Performance engine preparation Improving reliability Pushrods and rockers shafts are more stable than pivot balls pushrod guide plates stud girdles help stabilize rockers increased rocker ratios increase area under curve - also increase wear
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course AUTO 94 taught by Professor Davecapitolo during the Fall '03 term at DeAnza College.

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