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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-14-2009 04:57 PM
kevo95 Thanks for your input
06-14-2009 04:24 PM
Rustydawg You're likely better off with the Performer RPM. I've seen a similar combo; 460 Ford with a marine dual plane (large dual plane with polished runners) - this is on a jet boat also.

Guy at the speed shop talked the owner into a Torker and it went from about 5500 RPM to 5200 at WOT. Definitely picked up low-end but at expense of top speed. It kinda turned it into a high performance tug boat.
06-14-2009 03:20 PM
Edelbroke manifold

I have a jet boat with a 454 Chevy bigblock .Holley marine carb 715 Cfm ,what is the best choice in manifold ,i have the edelbroke performer Rpm dual plane ,My mechanic has a edelbroke torquer single plane ,carb sits off center on the single plane.Thanks

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