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In the science of physics, what is that force called?Gnarls.
Physical laws are different on the production of power, rotating mass, inertia, and ugh centrifugal (centripital) force.
Yes, the engine changes the inertia in the flywheel from staic to motivational.
A 10lb mass requires greater velocity than a 30lb mass to overcome the same resistance.
Motivational? Maybe have the term wrong, it's what I came up with to describe inertia with motion.More torque? Inertia can better be related to power than to torque as mass X speed equal power as torque X speed equals power. As stated before, a 10lb mass(flywheel here) has to have more speed to overcome the same resistance that a 30lb mass(flywheel here). So torque isn't the answer you were looking for, it is power or energy. Torque is measured statically not in motion. On a dyno it is measured at a stalled RPM, engine dyno. Or as the force required to accelerated a known mass/weight over time, like on a chassis dyno.Centrifugal force really is an incorrect term. Centripital force is correct as it is a measurement of force required to draw a mass towards the center of a circle it is traveling.
Gearing the diffs for your tire size will be as noticeable as rebuilding the engine, if not more so.
….. and then you woke up. Gnarls.
My comment on filters was in reference to air filters. I didnt even think about k&n oil filters.I have a 22reperformance stage 2 head/cam, lce header, etc. On 35's I'll take my 5.29s over what I gained from the rebuild all day. My engine is a bit more spirited than the old 22re but it isnt even in the same ballpark as a stock 3rz. As far as Im concerned running 33s or bigger with stock gears isnt even an option. One of the biggest things I learned from my rebuild is that trying to get power out of a 22re is a wast of money. Feel free to disagree.
.... Even though I've heard stories of 170HP with the stock EFI 22RE. To get that far good knowledge of tuning with available sensors and fuel pressure/flow.
170 HP out of "stock" 22RE.... only in someone's dream! The injectors are only good for about 125 HP!! Just my worthless opinion. Gnarls.
170 HP out of "stock" 22RE.... only in someone's dream!
Yep, the injectors are a restriction. Stock 22RE flow rate is 200cc at 2.5 bar, if memory suits me. at 2.9 bar that increases to @215cc. Maybe look at 140hp? I use the 2.9 bar fuel pressure as the JDM regulators I have are 2.9 bar. Could adjust higher, just have to know the injectors max pressure.I believe the AFM is a bigger issue than the injectors. ECU tuning, AFM, injectors. Definitely need a different tuning capability with the ECU as the stocker throws a fit with minor changes.
Whatever you do, don't get me started on electric cars.
I'll build my own solar system, don't care if stays off grid. Last time I talked to one of those solar guys he wanted to install nearly 2kW more than I would ever need. I figure they use the extra to pump power into the grid for credit, or whatever, that I would never hear about. Not sure about all of it, but I get the feeling they want to use my roof to supply someone else without any benefit to me, all while charging ME for the system. Not going to pay for more than I need at someones inflated prices while paying interest to a bank for that loan. Nope, I don't have the money to just give away. Don't have money to help the poor out, sure as hell don't have the money to give someone who really doesn't NEED it.
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