there are three things to tuning...power price and reliability...you can only have two.
you will have to do some research about piston speeds and the angles and forces at the different angles in the higher rpms where the cams make power.
as you can see, assuming the tq remains constant, you make more power in the higher rpms. although you are increasing the tq by at most 20 ftlbs by having a bigger displacement, you will be decreasing the safe rev-range because of the dynamics of the long-stroked k24 by many hundreds of rpms.
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