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The valve timing in an ICE typically contains overlap, in which the intake valve begins opening before the exhaust valve is finished closing. This lets the engine "breathe" better at high speeds and produce more power there, but it also allows some of the exhaust gas to blow backwards into the intake before any more work can be extracted from it ...


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In this setup is that theoretically, in the steady state everything should work, however the main problem is getting to the steady state. So for example: getting to 1000 rpm: if the motor is not able to lift more than 25 g, then it will not be able to accelerate. If the motor is barely able to lift more than 25 gr (lets say 26gr), then it will take a long ...


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