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Trade RPM AirGap for Torker 2

Shifting focus a bit and am looking to trade my RPM Airgap for a Torker 2. Unported/unmolested preferred so it can be port matched to the SCJ's.
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If you got the big port heads dont think just port matching the Torker to the head would be a good idea. As it would screw with the tappering down of the runner from the plenum to the end of the runner if there is enough material to open the intake rumnner the whole length to tapper it to the port opening it might be ok but dont think there is enough.
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What is the price for an outright sale? I know somebody looking for one.
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If you got the big port heads dont think just port matching the Torker to the head would be a good idea. As it would screw with the tappering down of the runner from the plenum to the end of the runner if there is enough material to open the intake rumnner the whole length to tapper it to the port opening it might be ok but dont think there is enough.
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I have clearance, RPM, and exhaust flow considerations that make the TII a good pick for this application.
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Raising the T2 roof to near CJ height (when using on cj port heads) and matching the walls to std gasket as well as biasing 1 3 6 and 8 runners slightly to the right picks up 25+ cfm on the bench and definitely shows gains on the dyno. Amount depends on state of tune. On smaller engines leaving the runner walls alone on ports 2 4 5 and 7 will net better torque.

A fully ported 4150 victor vs a fully ported T2 on a 640 hp 10.6 sec 521 powered 73 mach 1 was worth about 2 tenths and a bit more than 2 mph trap.


DO NOT match the entire exit to CJ or the bell mouth will hurt torque and HP.

Kaase tested a fully worked T2 against a fully worked victor and at an 800 HP state of tune the torquer was down about 34 hp if I remember right. surprisingly good intake...



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torquer 2 to trade

I've got a brand new one in the box, never used. I'll trade you. I am in S.E Michigan. pm me your cell, I can send you pics
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