Originally Posted by ssei1995
Wilwren, you are absolutely correct in your statement...it follows the same premise as the debate of flow vs. velocity. Velocity always makes more power than large flow numbers. Many times an obstruction will improve the velocity of the port.
Two great minds think alike. Fluid dynamics is a funny science until it sinks in and becomes second-nature.
Flowbench data is worthless in comparison to many automotive parts simply because it'* rarely done in a manner that is comparable to another application. Case in point the recent talk about air filters. I could care less how a Mazda Miata prefers filters. My application is TOTALLY different.
95, we are freaking geniuses. This is why you can develop more hp on an L67 with a 3" intake pipe than a 3.5 or 4". Until your top end is capable of MUCH more flow.