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Edelbrock scorpion manifold vs performer RPM

Looking at bidding for a edelbrock scorpion manifold or a performer RPM on ebay, not sure which one to go for like the look of the scorpion but not sure whether the scorpion would be the right application for my street camaro. It's a 350, 30 thou flat top pistons with double hump fuelies, solid cam.

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Performer vs Scorpion

The Scorpion is an older 70's style manifold. I believe it was designed to operate at 3500 to 7500 rpms in a 350. I believe the performer is the better manifold for you (1500 to 5500).

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The Scorpion was replaced with the Victor Jr by Edelbrock, and the Performer RPM has an rpm range of 1500-6500, which would suit your engine better.
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