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Old 05-07-2005, 02:08 PM   #1
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If you have a motor that has a crankshaft with real small port openings would this motor tend to have alot of low end torque?
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I'm certainly no guru, but the answer is most likely yes. Larger port/port openings tend to move the power curve up in the RPM range, assuming the intake/exhaust and port timing are correctly matched combination.

It's sorta like a full size race motor- increasing the lift/duration will kill the bottom end but make more power up top.

A motor with strong bottom end would be perfect for tight technical tracks assuming there's enough traction to handle it, and you have your gearing close.
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Thanks for your input BDR
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