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how to find dynamic compression

just read it elsewhere and wonder how to calculate it??


My cam specs are

241@50 110 centre line
232@50
114 LSA I think the card says 8.5 degrees of overlap?

Is there anything else I need to know?

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just read it elsewhere and wonder how to calculate it??


My cam specs are

241@50 110 centre line
232@50
114 LSA I think the card says 8.5 degrees of overlap?

Is there anything else I need to know?
i think rhett put up a website on this subject about a month ago searh his posts
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Re: how to find dynamic compression

cheers, just had a look it will calc the comp but not the dynamic comp.
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Re: how to find dynamic compression

Try this
http://www.kb-silvolite.com/calc.php?action=comp
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I'll add a tool to calculate Dynamic Compression Ratio to version 3.
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