So as far as i know, she's only into girth.
I need to build an intake for my Sachs 505 80cc Athena kit since there is no 24mm option readily available. I could probably chop something else up and weld it, but i figured I'd try my hand first.
Does the length of the intake make that much of a difference? All of the ones I've worked with are super short and straight, but I want my carb off to the right side of the motor with the intake facing backwards. Is this coincidence? There's not really any space forwards for das carbulator.
What about the angle that the intake tubing is welded to the flange? Ideally, i want it to be 90 degrees since hard angles make flowing fluids angry and turbulent and shit, Right? But a 180* bent intake would probably need a pretty big radius to minimize restrictions.
I've been reading Jennigs but i didn't see anything that's like "dont make the intake too long, you dumb shit". He mostly talked about primary compresion and case volume, which im not changing because reeds.
Any input on intake crafting for a reed intake is much appreciated. I'm pretty much just winging this shit.