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TIV Cam/lifter test fixture

http://www.shoptalkforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=65255

its on my forum on the STF, its a longe detailed post but well worth the reading.

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the link did not work for me. I got an error msg "The topic or post you requested does not exist"
W.T.F...over?
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http://www.shoptalkforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=65256

try that one instead...
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ah, much better, thank ya'll
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Have you considered using a large electric motor to drive the system, as opposed to the 1700 cc TIV? Would make the system less complex and easier to manage.
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The elctric motor will cost much more to power and will not be able to share the oil system to create such a true climate for the testing... It would take atleast a 30HP 3 phase motor to run this fixture, thats why the TIV is much more feasible. I can build it for 40 bucks- thats the cost of a set of valves and rings. used parts are just 20 feet away.
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Good points, but - 30 HP? That much friction to drive the valve train and oil pump? I would have pegged it at around 10 HP or less, and used a 20 HP motor. Regardless, if you have the parts ready, it's a moot point. Looking forward to hearing about results from this setup, hope you feed it back to the suppliers and get them to clean up their acts.

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Gene Berg did one for a TI engine.. They started with a 10HP motor and found that it was not enough to get any RPM on the fixture..

Mine is more involved, but much more up to date and covers more bases.
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