so is an open transfer ok? like in the early puch cylinders?
I guess so since it's never really uncoverd by the piston any deeper than where the normal ports cut off... it just would increase crankcase volume and mess a little with primary compression, but that's probobly good since if another transfer is being added than a larger carb would help out alot and that extra case volume would benifit from the larger carb... brainstorm sorry...
I guess the only real questions I have are:
Should I do something with the piston skirt? (I'm thinking not since it'll just be static metal in the case moving back and forth with an open port)
should I point the stream of the transfer at the head(squish band) or piston crown? (I'm guessing head since I'd just be tossing unburnt fuel out the exhaust with the port facing the piston) maybe two ports that point and converge streams aimed at the head to slow the velocity of it heading too fast out towards the exhaust?
I want to look at a three port cylinder that works well and see how it was aimed I guess...