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is it any good??? Is it good enough for $50??? I'm planning on sticking it on my pretty mild 350 (soon to be 383, she just doesnt know ). Right now i'm just using "Hecho en Mexico" heads but i have a set of Fuelie heads that need rebuilt. (By the way anyone have a clue on these? They read 93417369 on the tags and yes it is a "9" not a "3" and have "Hecho en Mexico" in the valley). Ive got a holley dominator 750cfm carb and a carter comp series 850 cfm. or maybe i should just go get a edelbrock intake. ???

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Ive used them before and worked good. I dont post much and your going to hear some bigshots say buy a new victor or air gap etc. and you will have to find out for your self. You got the intake; try it see how it works for you! unless you got money to burn I think youll be satisfied. Your not going to gain a $300 difference in my opinion. It will go fast enough and smooth enough.
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is it any good??? Is it good enough for $50??? I'm planning on sticking it on my pretty mild 350 (soon to be 383, she just doesnt know ). Right now i'm just using "Hecho en Mexico" heads but i have a set of Fuelie heads that need rebuilt. (By the way anyone have a clue on these? They read 93417369 on the tags and yes it is a "9" not a "3" and have "Hecho en Mexico" in the valley). Ive got a holley dominator 750cfm carb and a carter comp series 850 cfm. or maybe i should just go get a edelbrock intake. ???

What is the part number? Holley has called 3 very different SBC manifolds "Street Dominator" over the years. The 300-38 which is nothing more than an aluminum copy of a factory iron manifold, the 300-36 which is basically a copy of the old Z/28 high rise and an EXCELLENT all around manifold and the 300-19 (IIRC) which is a cross between an old Streetmaster/Torker style single plane and is "ok". The two dual planes have both also been called Contender at one time or another and the 300-36 Z/28 clone has also been called Street Dominator II. Very confusing, especially if you weren't around back in the 70's when they were first released. $50 is about the average price for a nice used 300-36 so I'm guessing that's the one you have and like I said it is an excellent all purpose intake. If you don't have that one find one, it's every bit as good as a Performer RPM below 6,000 and gives up very little to the RPM above that. They sell on eBay for an average of $50, I got one for $40 and $8 shipping a few months ago.
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You will have to modify the center intake bolt holes to use the intake on the "Hecho" heads.
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Most all "Hecho" heads have been built since the GM/Chevrolet head revision in 87. When the angle of the center four intake bolts was changed. Most of the Holley intakes were produced for the pre 87 intake bolt patterns.
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