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I thought I would ask about this from a layman's perspective on how does one check or, know if there cam, timing events, and stroke are all working in sync to obtain maximum pressure per each cylinder?

I would gather this could be done by timing events and with a cylinder pressure gauge???

If someone can offer up there combo as an example, maybe this may help the mass's learn a thing or two and be able to find out there own engine info.

If this has already been discussed, my badd, got board:cool:
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Just to clear things up a bit, I am aware of how to find cyl. Pressure in each cyl., I just wanted to know (IF) the pressure we get from readings are the best with the selected cam and the adv./ret. adjustments. I know cyl. Psi is our friend and cams will be different.
 

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You could model cylinder pressure and see how it changes with different cam events while varying rpm by writing a program in something like ees.

Or use pressure transducers.

Cranking compression is a lot different than at operating speed and a combustion process.
 
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