View Single Post
rswannabe rswannabe is offline
Registered User
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Seattle
Posts: 1,152
I have a 1970 2.2S motor and everything I have read so far tells me I do not have piston squirters. I do beleive Alan.UK is correct; squirters were introduced in 1971.

On topic of a high-strung, short-stroke motor; how high a compression can you run with twin plugs on 92 octane without detonation? 11:1? 11.5:1?

How high a redline can you run with a short stroke 2.5 and a stock "S" valvetrain?

I have had reputable Porsche mechanics with lots of experience tell me that my stock 2.2S will be fine up to 8,000 RPM. This is taking into account that it is a freshly rebuilt street engine, and not a race engine living at the redline. Any comments on this?
1969 911 ST 3.8 EFI ITB (Irish Green), 1973 911 RS tribute 3.3 turbo (Gulf Blue), 1974 911 3.6 (Black), Beck 904 2.8 project (Silver), 1996 993 C2 (Polar Silver)

2006 Forester STI, 1992 BMW 325 Cab S52 M3, 1952 MG TD with F20C
Old 09-01-2004, 07:03 PM
  Pelican Parts Catalog | Tech Articles | Promos & Specials    Reply With Quote #30 (permalink)