Hi to all on the thread, my original setup for street and strip, was Edelbrock Performer Dual Plane, 440 Source "Stealth" heads, Extreme Energy Cam-488/491, Holley 830 Carb. Dyno'd @ 6000' altitude, was running the 1/4 @ 12.7's to 12,9's, 108 to 110 mph. I was doing alot of car shows, and was happy, then I started into Bracket Racing more than the shows. Was looking for some more performance and still be streetable. Bit the bullet and went with the Trick Flow Power Port Top End Kit. Results are very evident, picked up, on the Dyno, @ the wheels again, 129 HP, 88'lbs., 1/4 mile is now 11.6's to 11.7', 115 to 116 MPH., speed come at the top end. It still is a very streetable car, though it goes through the gas. Hope this gives some insight, glad I did the Kit.
On Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 1:16:28 PM UTC-6, ga...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
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Quesiton: Who was testing their Big Block at the strip with the dual plane Edelbrock vs. the Single plane (Akron Don?) and which manifold performed best; single or dual plane?
This thread was probably posted about 3-4wks. ago and I have not been able to access the 62-65 List for ages.