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 Post subject: quench/squish
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 7:24 pm 
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Does forced induction skew the common concensus?Seems like the jury is still out to some,myself included.
Seems to me once the intake valve closes..that cyl does not know if it was n/a or force fed unless the homegenized a/f mixture thru the blower is more of a factor than I realize.


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 Post subject: Re: quench/squish
 Post Posted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 7:43 pm 
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My guess is the problem would be with the burn rate and density of the incoming charge, not how it got there. High cylinder pressures too quickly causes lots of problems, and a forced induction engine only complicates this.. Nitrous motors are using a modified chamber to slow the burn rate to help with tuneup issues and prevent engine damage. I'd think that a force fed motor might benefit from something similar.

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