Needing information clarification regarding cylinder bore size for a 45 WL cylinder.
looking at the Victory Library tech papers on engine displacement, i understand .100 oversize is the biggest size piston, if a builder was to use a indian scout piston with a .130 oversize and fit the wrist pin etc what will happen to the cylinder casting if this engine is raced ?? in the literature it has a notation quote "will have temperature problems" does the thin cylinder wall cause overheating??
has any builders out there run the scout pistons for a few more cc when you already have stroker flywheels??
I guess there is no way to make a 45 WL cylinder "big bore" ?? is that correct.
I understand the K model top end on the WL, can the k model cylinder be bored bigger??
Just trying to map out a engine plan for the biggest CC i can get from a WL engine, from the Tech paper literature it looks like with the special 4 13/16 stroker flywheels the biggest we can go is 60.00" .