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07-04-2006 10:29 AM
mac350 thanks for all your help
07-04-2006 10:15 AM
firestone I would use the dual plane. It matches all of your parts much better than the victor jr. You would gain a few hp on the top end wtih the victor, but loose some low end power. As you see in the article below, switching bewteen the two, the single plane intake only makes more power from 5000-5600 RPM. On the street, you will probably want that extra low end grunt to get the car moving.

http://www.chevyhiperformance.com/te...838/index.html

Adam
07-04-2006 09:25 AM
mac350 2800 stall
lt4 hot cam with 525 lift
3500lb
9.6to1
07-04-2006 09:12 AM
firestone What are/is your:
stall speed
cam specs
vehicle weight
compression


Adam
07-03-2006 05:29 PM
Old Yeller 1970 Your choice of intake really depends on how you plan to drive. I assume the GM intake is a dual plane and if you intend to drive mainly on the street it's probably the better choice. On the other hand if you plan on drag racing and the engine is mainly going to see high RPM's then I'd go with the Victor jr since it's a single plane.
07-03-2006 03:23 PM
mac350 hey guys i know you all have answer for me. i get the feeling that the Vic will be to much for me but i am getting inpatient with the coater i am using. pleas help. i want to get this intake on this week!!!
07-01-2006 12:37 PM
mac350 the both intakes that i have are for vortec heads.

but ( so you know ) the fast burn heads have prevision's for both style intakes. i found that out when i got them.

but the Vic Jr i have is for vortec heads. i got it because i was going to have my original steel heads ported out and i thought i would get away with it. now Worth the fast burn heasd they have bigger valves and 3 angle valve job so they flow better so i wa hoping i could use it.
07-01-2006 12:27 PM
DoubleVision It`s recommeded you only use a vortec style intake that has the unique 8 bolt vortec pattern. If you attempt to drill the heads to the old style 12 bolt pattern the intake ports won`t line up real well.
07-01-2006 12:21 PM
mac350
What Intake Should I Use

OK fellas this is the situation. i have a 350 vortec crate . i have on it a gm high rise intake on it know. i swapped the heads for a set of aluminum vortec fast burn's. i have a Vic Jr sitting in my garage. would it be wise to put it on in place of the high rise. will it hurt me or help me.

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