Originally Posted by 001mustang
I suppose you could drop even more condensate if regulator positioned upstream cooling tower.
BTW, I like 66 GMC 305E V6.
I had always thought that cooling / conditioning the air was the first step, and that regulating the pressure was the last step in the delivery process.
Yep, that 305E was sure a reliable and torquey mill.
Didn't see a lot of them up here, though.
Most Canadian model 910's were equipped with 250 or 292 inline 6's and a 3-on-the-tree. I've seen a few 283 4 spd, and a couple with Powerglides, but zero TH350 until the 67-72 showed up.