Hey, one for the pros to answer... Im researching squish angles and how it directly affects max squish velocity. I am looking to modify my blasters head to get better efficiency from its combustion process. When cutting the squish areas angle, do we cut it at the same angle as the piston dome angle? surely this would allow the mixture to be squished into the combustion dome at the same rate as the piston compresses the mixture thus preventing detonation? would it benefit me at all to cut the squish area at an greater angle than that of the piston dome or is a waste of time and turbulence? From what I understand, skimming the head in order to increase compression without compentsating with adjusting squish bands we will end up with detonation? Also, what is the highest CORRECTED compression ration that could be run on 95octane fuel Lastly, is it best to polish my piston crown and the entire combustion chamber? will a surface left slightly rough generate greater turbulence or do smooth surfaces do it better?