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Can I or should I?

I have a 383 SBC stroker motor (383) with a Dyers blower. I's a new motor I picked up from a guy in trouble financially. It's running a Holley Dominator 850 cfm. I saw one of those manifold adapters at Speedway that you can run 3-2's on and it adapts to a four barrel intake. Can you get that much cfm out of 3 Rochester 2GC's and would it perform the same/better? Definitely would have the cool factor going and I'm putting it in a '54 Chev P/U so have all kinds of room under and through? the hood. Thanks.....

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looking nice?? yes... but they are stromberg knock off's and i've heard a few bad things about them... they the 3 bolt flange not 4 bolt like the orig one's... if u'r talking about a super charger thats on it now, or a turbo charger... super ???? leave it on, much better then the tri power..IMHO..
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