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now iv ben thinkin about a 13.1 355 sbc well lets say .465 dome pistons, had ported 305 heads on it with a mag280 comp, ran a 7.50 in tha 8th sittn in a 65' chevelle, so tunnal raming a 355 now?? my mind is running wild , and yea my plan is to recalibrate the two 600 eddy carbs till more $ flow for two 450's....

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hey guys, i am running a 290 hp Crate motor with a bigger cam, headers and a 1984 weiand Tunnel Ram, with 2 600 eddy's. I have no street driving issues,timing is locked at 36*,2200 stall 700R4 trans, 4.10 gears
but i do upset a few guys at the track. this is a 8.5:1 motor and it screams..
cant wait to put on my other heads..bring it up to 10.0:1
here is a video of me at the track.



Also, I am the 72 Grey camaro

They other camaro is a 79 with a 350 and 177 weiand Blower..
(He never Caught me)

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Its an edelbrock tunnel ram
from the homework I have done
the old edelbrock TR has smaller ports, so they seem to be the best for street applications
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from the homework I have done
the old edelbrock TR has smaller ports, so they seem to be the best for street applications
The TR I am using is the old Edlebrock TR1X. It uses small plenum and long runners. It produces better low end response.

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from the homework I have done
the old edelbrock TR has smaller ports, so they seem to be the best for street applications
It does ok, better than I expected. The trans and rear end are not geared very well for the tunnel ram and I may swap it with my other car as a manual transmission would be a lot more fun with this setup.

I know it has the larger plenum on it, vacuum pressure is a problem and effects my braking at low RPMs
I was surprised at how well it drives when its cold, not brutal cold I do live in Florida but it does reasonably well when its in the 30s and 40s

The only thing I don't like is it is a thirsty setup
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i have my timing locked @ 34* i have Excellent off idle performance, i deffinetly notice a huge change in performance from the T-RAM and my single plane Hurricane intake.. I dont have any street issues i have run it on the street for a year, no issues and no constant tuning either..also it is very intimidating... but i have since covered it with 6'' cowl hood.
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