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    variable valve timing have been around for years. even some of the rover k series engines had it. once herd of an [experimental] engine in which the camshaft had been replaced with solenoids
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    Quote Originally Posted by renchero View Post
    variable valve timing have been around for years. even some of the rover k series engines had it. once herd of an [experimental] engine in which the camshaft had been replaced with solenoids
    That would be the way to do it, less friction. I believe F1 cars used solenoids for valves, it worked for the race, but long term they would fail. That tech will advance if the demand is there.

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