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Old 11-19-2012, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by birkey View Post
I have a dodge 2500 and looking to get a new manifold, a friend told me to get a single plane but I always thought dual was best for trucks. Fuel injected 5.9. My tires spin from a stop like crazy. Maybe the single plane would move the torque higher in the rpm range. It can spin 6500. Is this a good idea or would it simply run like ****?
This would already be a single plane manifold as with port injection the manifold is only moving air so the wet flow problems that come with carbs or TBI that need 2 plane manifolds to crutch the cylinder to cylinder delivery problems are not required and not used with port injection.

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