High Performance starts with math, precise measurements and calculations.
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Mr. Gasket Hot Rod Calculator
INSTANT ANSWERS AT THE TRACK or IN THE GARAGE
At the track, see how weather and elevation will affect your times so you can instantly predict your dial-ins using current track conditions. Predict Elapsed Time and top speed for 1/4 mile or 1/8 mile runs. No computer, charts or workbooks needed.
This is also a great tool to use in the garage, trailer or on the road. It covers a huge range of calculations that are important to gearheads, everything from engine compression ration calculations to rear end gear ratio and tire size affects on rpm and mph.
We strongly endorse this product if you are serious about improving your vehicles performance and your success at the track.
Use this compression calculator tool to figure the compression you will get with the specifications you provide. You can change the head ccs, deck height, overbore size, etc. to see the affects on compression. This tool is a very accurate tool and can be tremendously helpful.
If you have the actual displacement in ccs of the exact head gasket you are using, you can get an even more accurate compression calculation by using those figures. To enter head gasket displacement volume, in the "Gasket Thickness" field enter ".0001". Then combine the gasket displacement ccs with the "Head" ccs. For instance, if you have a 64cc chamber and a head gasket displacement of 9.2 ccs, then in the "Head" ccs field enter "73.2".
This tool can also be used to find the final engine size based on any bore size, crankshaft stroke and number of cylinders. You can use this for example to see how big your stroker engine will actually be as far as displacement, based on different bore sizes or crank strokes. This tool is very accurate for displacement calculations. When using the tool for engine size calculations only you can put most any reasonable numbers in the fields that are used to calculate compression ratio, but you must put something in all fields for the tool to work. The 3 critical dimensions for displacement calculations are bore, stroke and number of cylinders.
Engine Rear Wheel Horsepower Calculator Based on total vehicle weight and 1/4 mile MPH
To use this horsepower calculator enter the mph trap speed at the 1/4 mile mark from one of your dragstrip ET slips. Then enter the total weight of your vehicle, as raced, including the drivers weight. The best way to get the weight is to weigh your vehicle at the track with the driver seated in racing position. Then click the calculate button and rear wheel horsepower will be displayed. To run another calculation just click the clear button and start over.
A big part of building high performance engines, racing engines and vehicles involves math, numerous formulas, calculations and precise measuring of components to provide the absolute best performance possible.
Building any engine requires a selection of precision measurement tools. When building a high performance engine, racing engine or blueprinting an engine, the quality of your measuring tools becomes even more important. Remember, these tools perform some of the most critical functions of your engine building process. Quality tools are an investment that will last a lifetime if properly cared for. Here is a selection of tools we hope you find helpful.
GV (Head Gasket Volume) = Bore(in) X Bore(in) X 12.87 X (Head Gasket Thickness in Inches) DV (Below Deck Volume) = Bore(in) X Bore(in) X 12.87 X (Inches Below the Deck) HV (Head Volume) = CC's VV (Dish, Valve Pocket, Dome Volume) = CC's (Minus for dish or valve pockets, Plus for dome) PV (Volume displaced by Piston) = Bore X Bore X Stroke X 12.87 Compression Ratio = (GV+DV+HV-VV+PV) / (GV+DV+HV-VV) Cubic Inches = Bore x Bore X Stroke X Number of Cylinders X .7854 Convert Cubic Inches to CCs = Cubic Inches X 16.386 Convert Cubic Inches to Liters = Cubic Inches X .016386 Engine in Liters = (Bore(mm) X Bore(mm) X Stroke(mm) X Number of Cylinders X 12.87) / (16386 X 1000) Engine in CCs = (Bore(mm) X Bore(mm) X Stroke(mm) X Number of Cylinders X 12.87) / 16386 Convert CCs to Cubic Inches = CCs / 16.386 Convert Liters to Cubic Inches = Liters / .016386