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Old 03-01-2013, 09:41 PM
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I have a d2 460 block with a forged 514 stroker setup. Flattop 10.5-1 pistons,solid roller cam and valve train etc etc. I currently have ported c8 cj heads. With a matched ported offenhauser port-o-sonic intake and a 850 speed demon. 3500 stall. This is going to be a strict strip motor. It will only occasionally se the street to find some high schoolers or diesels. Its currently in a 69 mustang but that may change. I dont know the specs on the cam but it does pull to 7500 rpm. I dont know what intake I should go to with right now. Im seeing mixed results about my offy and I originally had my eye on switching to the weiand high ram dual quad but now im considering the victor too. Basically too many options not enough experience. Any opinions on the intakes would be appreciated.
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I'd be gpong the Victor or TFS single planes and a Dominator . Flick that Speed Demon
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where in wyo. are you from?
I live in Casper.
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Ok so thats one vote for the victor. Anyone else with experience?

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Trick flow ..... 514 and 7500 rpm with little street..... Trickflow.... No experience with this but I know a coue people that have pulled 20 hp plus over the victor at less rpm......what are your cam spec????
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Trick flow ..... 514 and 7500 rpm with little street..... Trickflow.... No experience with this but I know a coue people that have pulled 20 hp plus over the victor at less rpm......what are your cam spec????
I dont know the cam specs. It was a custom grind and the guy I got it from didnt give me the spec card which really pisses me off. But by the time im actually "done" with the motor I will probably need a different cam anyways. But I will look into the tf intake.
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Trick flow ..... 514 and 7500 rpm with little street..... Trickflow.... No experience with this but I know a coue people that have pulled 20 hp plus over the victor at less rpm......what are your cam spec????
I dont know the cam specs. It was a custom grind and the guy I got it from didnt give me the spec card which really pisses me off. But by the time im actually "done" with the motor I will probably need a different cam anyways. But I will look into the tf intake.
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IMO,you are over winding it,no matter what intake you use. The port-o-sonic is a decent intake.Not the best ,BUT chances are that you don't have the ideal setup w/parts anyway.You will pickup more ET shifting at about 6k/6200.. We need to know a lot more about your parts before we can tell you which intake to use.
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IMO,you are over winding it,no matter what intake you use. The port-o-sonic is a decent intake.Not the best ,BUT chances are that you don't have the ideal setup w/parts anyway.You will pickup more ET shifting at about 6k/6200.. We need to know a lot more about your parts before we can tell you which intake to use.
I ve got forged scat crank forged eagle h-beam rods, forged flat top 10.5:1 KB pistons, ported c8 cobra jet heads, manley roller rockers, mechanical roller cam, msd 7al-2, mallory coil and distributor, longtube headers, 3" exhaust. I dont know the specs on the cam or heads. At this point my heads are the biggest problem but I dont have 2g to drop on heads right now. But Once I get heads everything is going to change again because im going to go with a blower.
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And right now ive got a c6 with a 3500 stall (I think I need more stall) and 410s
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