Buddy, your missing the point. Provided my valves did not float and my rods didn't snap, I could rev my motor to 7500 rpmright now. Anyone could. He isn't trying to just make it rev.Methman said:what were saying basicly is he will just spend a bunch of money to make a slower car, the powerband range ends at 5300rpm's any rev's past that is just pointless with the F2T, he says he intends to fix this problem, but the truth of the matter is, is even if he manages to get it to continue creating some power after 5300rpm he will never get it to continue creating the same amount of power after 5300rpm's as it does between 3000rpm's to 5300rpm's. In other words no matter what he does the power is still going to drop off a lot after 5300rpm's. He may be able to get it to not drop off as much after spending $5000, but it will still drop off enough to make it not worth while. This is IMHO, and mabey I could be wrong, but it just seems logical that it wouldn't work well enough, and simaler projects were tried in the past to make the F2T rev higher (ie: using fe dohc head on the F2T ect) and after a bunch of money and labour spent all of the projects failed, and they came to the conclusion that its best to just work with the powerband range that the F2T has or go FE DOHC.
I don't feel were flaming him, were just trying to let him know that it won't be worth while and he would be better off spending the huge amount of money he would be spending on this project elsewhere. Were trying to help him by giving him our opions/other options. If after he reads all of the stuff we said and he still wants to try, because he has all of the time and money in the world to waste, then we will give him help with finding the parts he needs (then we can say to him "I told you so" )