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As for what i've learned at this list, the k26 delivers more volume at than the k24.
And being bigger means longer spool-up time, but a k26 put on an engine with larger displacement (that means more cc's doesn't it ?) would equal things out a little.
Wouldn't it ?
'87 200 tq
From: BRUCE <BRUCE@mannlawfirm.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 9. januar 1998 17:23
>Isolation switches are the best to work from in forming an opinion, no doubt.
>I don't know what cam you put in your car, but they can certainly account
>for an entirely different top-end. I don't know that I have ever seen one give
>big advantages on both low and high. So, interesting topic.
>>>> glen powell <email@example.com> 01/09/98 07:46AM >>>
>You know, now that I thought about it again, he also swapped
>the stock EM for the 2-piece EM. This is a HUGE upgrade!
>The stock EM is very very restrictive. It may be the 2-piece that
>really freed-up the power above 3-4K RPM and not the K26. I
>cannot comment directly on this because I put my 2-piece on a
>completely new engine with larger displacement, bigger cam, etc,
>so I cannot isolate the benefits of the 2-piece EM alone. When I
>swapped the K24 in place of the K26 that was the only mod made at
>that time, and this single swap was by far the single best mod
>done. So, perhaps the 2-piece accounts in major part for his
>performance increase, but I cannot say for sure from my own
>direct experience. I do think that the 2-piece is a huge upgrade
>tho.....I wish I knew if it was the 2-piece or the new cam that
>really brought the top end of the KUQEFH alive.....
>THANKS be to PDQSHIP for the tip on the 2-piece!
>Glen, I tried to put as many disclaimers in as possible:)
>I think if you have a setup that is similar to the guy that was asking,
>your post is more what he can expect than mine. There certainly
>is nothing wrong with the k24 on the dual knock. Worked extremely
>well. I just want a little more, and clearly the turbo was holding me