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Old 11-10-2007, 12:02 PM
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Single Plane Or Dual Plane intake?

I am building a 355ci S10, and I ran the DEsktop dyno with a Single plane manifold, and got:

2000-227hp597tq
2500-267hp560tq
3000-311hp545tq
3500-365hp547tq
4000-420hp552tq
4500-471hp550tq
5000-514hp539tq
5500-540hp516tq
6000-555hp485tq
6500-548hp443tq
7000-526hp395tq

With a Dual Plane intake manifold, I got:

2000-238hp624tq
2500-278hp583tq
3000-318hp557tq
3500-367hp551tq
4000-416hp547tq
4500-460hp536tq
5000-494hp519tq
5500-515hp492tq
6000-522hp457tq
6500-513hp414tq
7000-495hp370tq

This will be going in a 3400 pound 1998 Chevy s10, what combo sounds better? Would the more torque from the Dual Plane be better then the higher power from the Single? Also, what would be a good stall converter for my Turbo 350? This is also on a 100 Shot of Nitrous.

Thank You
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