so, my questions are, is will it give throughout all the range more power? im not 1 to rev way the hell up at like the rev limiter because there just aint no power there!, but of course guys do it any how...?, i do lots of trail riding, we have a kind of community maintained outdoor little track, its alright, but nothing much..... im looking for all around i guess more torque would be nice? i know my 06 450 with stock cams n crap, its got some good power all around and more so in the mid range, not so much higher up it really drops off, so would the higher compression piston add more power to the mid range and maybe bottom end?
i also know that higher compression = cant rev as high, But that dont matter to me because i dont go way up high in the rpm's i go where the power is and once im dropping out i shift,
what are the benefits and disadvantages in general to higher compression pistons in these 450's or 426,'s... AND what octane rating for each piston/compression ratio?
i the lowest elevation i ride is about 3,000 ft and max is probably 7,000 ft, Thanks again!
Edited by Octanee, April 19, 2012 - 03:13 PM.