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Old 02-26-2013, 06:03 PM
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Its in a van ... With also a. Lpg mixer on top so i dont have the whole world of space haha. .. But now im looking at the performer manifold the dual plane chape is. Like 4 tubes but than 2 is 1 big hole
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Haha with a thick plate i also can fit a nos nozzle hahah :p
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:09 PM
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Its in a van ... With also a. Lpg mixer on top so i dont have the whole world of space haha. .. But now im looking at the performer manifold the dual plane chape is. Like 4 tubes but than 2 is 1 big hole
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Actually, w/an LP setup you should be better off than you would be if using a carb because there's no problem w/atomization of the fuel.
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:14 PM
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Ok but i also will run petrol.. Mostly ist better running than lp on a perfect setup right
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Old 02-27-2013, 05:07 AM
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A friend of mine can cnc it out of trespa .. Good ?
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Old 02-27-2013, 10:01 AM
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I think the spacer with 4 holes would be best but I would try the intake as is! and and if you need the spacer add it later, The reversion plate should only come down 1/3 of the hight of the plenum max. The 1 inch measurement was from my memory. I ran that unit with a reversion plate years ago LOL ! But Wezz my memory may be wrong and the 1 inch tubes could be too long like Cobalt said.

Sorry Wezz I should have never mentioned the anti reversion plate on this thread!!! (velocity shear plate) Please disregard the anti reversion plate with your build

The reversion plate is usually made about 1/4 inch thick and if using 1 inch tubes the tubes would be actually 3/4 of an inch into the plenum. But must be tuned to a proper length for a max benefit (trial and error or a dino)! The reason I said 1 inch is because I thought I remembered the tuned length I ran with that intake and carter carb on a 283 years ago! (It popped into my head) And after Cobalt posted I had second thoughts on the tuned length

Wezz I don't think you will need either plate!!! Run the intake without one first!!!

I'll try to explain why I mentioned it to the others reading this!
I was just thinking that with the 305, and with that intake, that the anti reversion plate it could "kill 2 birds with one stone" A reversion bog, and broaden the rpm range of the intake to a little lower Rpm.


Anti reversion plates isolate the booster from pressure waves when the throttle is suddenly opened and the air moving down the venturis hits the turbulent air in the plenum like a "WALL" reversing the velocity creating a pulse that can (for a split second) actually force gas and air out the carb throat (called a BOG) before the intake flow and velocity catch up and smooth out! And at the same time broaden the power band a little like the upper spacer does!

The 4 hole spacer plates have RPM benefits below and above where the manifold is tuned. In other words, the engine has a small % broadened power band.

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Im thinking now I shouldn't have posted this either Wezz I may be confuseing you LOL
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Confuzing is the right word on this yes .. Dont understand a word of wath uou sayd .. Mechanical english bleh ! Haha can you. Short explain .. What to do AFTER it runs like a dog without a plate..
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Old 02-27-2013, 10:29 AM
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Confuzing is the right word on this yes .. Dont understand a word of wath uou sayd .. Mechanical english bleh ! Haha can you. Short explain .. What to do AFTER it runs like a dog without a plate..

I think it will run pretty fair without the plate, But if you need one run the upper spacer 4 hole plate! Im sorry I confused you! LOL

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Old 02-27-2013, 10:32 AM
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:11 AM
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Wezz, you have a vacuum fitting in #8 intake port! That's not a good idea! If you get a vacuum leak it will lean that one (#8) cylinder, I would plug it and use the carb ports instead. And by no means use that #8 for a pcv port or it will damage # 8 cylinder!!!

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Old 02-27-2013, 11:17 AM
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Ok i have A few vacuum recuires. Like the brake. Its goin on the back of the carb. I have the. Distributor An another thing .. Post a pic of it
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Old 02-27-2013, 11:22 AM
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Dont have a pic. Its a big black. Tube. Wit a vacuum hose . And. 2 linea to onder te. Transmission. .. Any idea?
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You need ported vacuum for the dist., manifold vac. for the PCV and trans. You can get your power brake booster off #8 but if there was a leak in the booster, or when you pump the pedal there is a fluctuation in #8 mixture that effects the running of that cylinder! I just put a solid plug in #8 port and don't use it!

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hii maybe you get sick of me but can you draw a litle or show me how to connect the brake etc how does the black tube calls ... i had a picture but its ghone..
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Old 02-28-2013, 05:14 AM
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Good

Hi jester i found a adaptor .. In the netherlands .. Is rhis a good one ?
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