Is there any way of calculating rev-gain based on engine specs, like bore and stroke? What other variables are involved? Maybe I am thinking of rev-gain in a wrong sense.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If the former isn't capable, is it capable to find out the rotating mass of an engine, like the force the engine has to overcome just to turn itself at a certain RPM, how would I calculate something like that?

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# Calculating rev-gain based on engine specs?

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