Re: need stock 307 specs
Just be aware that by bumping up the gasket thickness, you're increasing your total quench height. At some point, the quench height is so large that you lose a lot of mixture turbulence, burn rate slows down, and you become more knock sensitive despite the lower compression ratio. End result is that you would have been better off with a higher compression ratio and tighter quench height.
Please note that I don't know which tradeoff is better in your case (~0.064" quench height with 9.9 CR versus ~0.045" quench height with 10.4 CR) -- just thought it's something you should be aware of. 0.064" quench height is a little large, but there may be no issues...
Last edited by TMessick; Feb 14th, 07 at 05:32 PM.