Originally posted by kevinc Vizard's cam selection process is software-based mathematics, not guesswork. It yields bizzarre lift/duration/lsa profiles, but they make much more than 1hp/cubic-inch.
You taking shots at Vizard is like when neighbor's little poodle barks at my chow...kind of a credibility problem.
If you disagree, write a book that refutes what he's published...with real data.
Well I re-read it and I do not see his proof. Sure it is a good story and it may be true but I do not see any proof there. I am sure the software works very well and can dial in a good cam. I would have to see the software first hand and see how he implements gas dymanics into it though. I just need more proof I geuss. Any good engineer will provide at least some hard data or information that shows you what will be done to get a desired output. He doesn't go into any of that and that should be his main focus. If the software is so good, at least talk about it.