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Old 03-05-2003, 06:30 PM
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I had a Power Plus single plain intake go through my hands a couple years back and I was surprised at the quality. I have had edlebrock and Holley both, and I thinkt the power plus casing quality was just as good. And the intake was a dead ringer for a Brodix Intake. The Air gap looks like they used an edlebrock unit to build their molds. I dont know how they are getting away with it. It would be interesting for one of these guys with a dyno to check the numbers on the two and see if they perform the same.

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Old 03-06-2003, 11:01 AM
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If you made it all the way to this message you must be as interested in the air gap discussion as I am. A few weeks ago I picked up a used (cross wind) Power Plus manifold. Air Gap is the Edelbrock name. I got it with a bunch of other parts and didn't pay much attention until I decided it would look good on my 69 Camaro small block, so I started to polish it up. About half way through the job I noticed the "Made in China" stamped on it. At that very minute I stopped polishing and put the manifold back on the shelf.
Even if the made in China was not visible when on the car, I would always know it was there and could never enjoy it. I have since decided to keep my Holley manifold and change carbs. <img src="graemlins/nono.gif" border="0" alt="[nono]" />
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no problem, im just the type that can look past the made in china part. hell for all i know i might have been made in china. i just think that maybe somebody might have been interested in them. i drive a 74 chevy shortbed prerunner 4x4 with 35s and 3.73s. with the performer rpm it felt kinda sluggish off of the line and now i have the crosswind and that really woke this vortech motor up off of the line. while were on the subject of made in china, i was adjusting the valves on the new engine today and alot of my stuff is made in another country. alternator-mexico, electric fuel pump-china, intake-china, water pump-mexico, power steering pump-mexico. its really amazing how much equiptment is actually made in other countries.
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