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Old 10-22-2007, 09:19 PM
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I have a Edlebrock Torker II on my 350, and I will say; the bottom end is a little saugy, but you can't beat the top end performance. After about 1800 rpm, the single plane really takes into its element. I have the stock heads on the engine at the moment,though. I'm pretty sure with better flowing heads, it just about take care of the issue. It all kinda depends how you drive your car too. Me myself, drive my car like I stole it at every light (gas prices and all). So not having much power at 1000-1500 rpm, doesn't really bother me. Now if your trying to putt around town and keep the car under 2000 rpm, a dual plane is definetly what I would suggest. But what fun is that. That what 4 bangers are for... not your chevy V8
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