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Old 03-01-2008, 12:30 AM
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What Intake Victor Jr or Super victor

Can any one tell me the difference between the two, I see the super has rear water outlets, both are 3500 ^rpm. Leaning towards the super vic for a 406 with victor jr heads?

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the super victor is taller with a 5.500 height compared to the Jr.s 4.580.
The only other difference is the 4 corner coolant outlets. The Super Vic has more open intake ports, this is a pure bred race intake, the Jr. Is a little more conservative.
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Thanks for the reply!

How about the hurricane Is this comparable to the Vic JR anyone using these?
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IMO, I wouldn't use anything by PP, such as the hurricane and whatever others they got, they can keep there made in china junk. They are cheaper, and look good in the ads, but you should see one up close, ports look like they were ground out with a hand grinder, real rough and nasty looking.
You get what you pay for.
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