Originally Posted by Roelof
The engines made for the consumers (normal market) do not have the specs as the factory drivers have and so there is always room to change the timing. And from my experience any tiny change in the cranktiming will do more than fancy cuts and polishing.....
Timing is one of the most important if you modify an engine. but
knowing the correct way of measuring is more important
Sometime I gone very far on timming and still benefit but down side i experienced was engine tunning issue as well as clutch, tune pipe and gearing.
fancy cuts on sleeve are just fancy cuts... and polishing it......is a joke