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Old 10-21-2013, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Valve timing/over lap...

kinda silly thread to post on this forum,

but I'm after some data (i don't have much experience but I'm sure some on on this forum had something to do with this) to help me out with my home work
I'm after specific degrees of when does inlet valve close and open same for the exhaust, it needs to be for an actual car and i need to know the model and the year and if its petrol or diesel....

Something like this


but you can just say how many degrees BTDC inlet opens and how many degrees ABDC it closes
Then for the exhaust how many degrees BBDC it opens and how many ATDC it closes

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Old 10-22-2013, 06:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It depends on the car and the engine. Each engine may have different angles then its previous iteration.
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Yes I'm aware of that, is someone game me some numbers when the valves open and close and just state what vehicle is it... I'd be happy with that
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so is that intake:
Open = 36 degree BTDC
Close = 36 degree ABDC

???

You just said how long the valves are opened for do you know may me more specific how much degree before top dead centre it open and how much after bottom dead centre it closes (intake)
Then same for the exhaust?

(Yes I gathered that by now you be getting frustrated)
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