It seems the common choice for a stroked R16 is a slightly modified U20
crankshaft - or is it the H20? Which begs the question, if it can do a
certain RPM in the U20, can the crankshaft do the same RPM in an R16?
That is, is the limiting factor of our engine RPM the stroke or
--- Gary McCormick <email@example.com> wrote:
> It's an R16 motor that has been assembled with a crankshaft that has
> a longer stroke (I
> can't remember the specific crank that is usually used) and, by
> necessity, shorter
> connecting rods, to increase displacement. Engine displacement =
> Cylinder area x stroke
> length, so increasing the stroke will increase the displacement.
> There are tradeoffs,
> though, as a longer stroke is going to limit, or at least reduce,
> your maximum engine
> Gary McCormick
> San Jose, CA
> Robert.Long@csdinc.com wrote:
> > Hello list,
> > What does "Stroked R16" mean? How does that differ from my stock
> 67.6 1600?
> > Thanks,
> > Robert
> > 67.5 1600
> > 83 280ZX
> > Albuquerque
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