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Old 06-04-2005, 03:35 PM
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Intake Manifold Choice? Please Help

Hello,

I am trying to figure out what intake manifold I want to buy. I got everying put together except my intake, this is what I have.

sbc 400 bored .030
5.7 rods scat 7/16 cap screws
trw forged pistons .150 domed
235/245 duation @.050 .488/.510 lift
882 heads fully ported with 2.02/1.6 valves
1.6 full roller rockers
compression will be around 11:1
2004r tranny stalls around 2000
4.56 posi and gears
26 inch tire
1969 Chevrolet Kingswood Estate Wagon
weight probably 4500 or more

What manifold would you guys choose
it is a strip/street but I don't mind if it is alittle bad on the street

Thanks

TRent

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combo looks pretty good, sorry im of no help with the intake choise, but i hope your 200r4 is a built unit, those things are weak as hell stock, other wise, looks like it'll be fun to drive.
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Holley Strip Dominator and you need a 2800-3200rpm converter. Your pistons will thank you by not melting.

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Edelbrock RPM Air gap. I agree on the converter coldknock. 2800-3200 rpm.
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