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    What manifold is this? I noticed in the jets section under the pics thread it showed up quiet a few times.

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    Dart tunnel ram
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    I've running a old school edlebrock tr-2x manifold now. It's got some cracks, i'm pretty sure it's not straight, the carb stud threads are stripped, one stud is jb welded in. Lookin at getting a new manifold before i dyno, or maybe to swap out while at the dyno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    I've running a old school edlebrock tr-2x manifold now. It's got some cracks, i'm pretty sure it's not straight, the carb stud threads are stripped, one stud is jb welded in. Lookin at getting a new manifold before i dyno, or maybe to swap out while at the dyno.
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    Shaun, have you thought about maybe trying a single carb app?
    With the RPM's we turn in our jet's(low) and the simplicity of a
    single carb, I'm not sure how much you'll gain from a TR to maybe
    a Victor Jr or something similar? My engine combo is almost
    identical to yours & I was told to stick w/ a high rise single plane.
    Maybe bring a single carb deal w/ you to the dyno that someone
    will let you use? IMO of course...... Good Luck!!
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    Hey Konajet...your avatar is ass-backwards. Typical for a Chevy guy.
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    anybody have one of these for sale
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    From the site:



    The performance of a custom-built sheet metal intake for the price of a cast manifold! Curved runners meet the cylinder head ports at the correct angle to reduce turbulence in the transition. Tapered “funnel ram” runners maximize intake charge velocity for more complete cylinder filling. Interchangeable top plates are available for inline carburetors, sideways carburetors, and fuel injection. Tall-deck manifolds are designed to use standard length distributor (small cap required). Overall height is 9.75”. Short-deck and tall-deck versions available.
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    based on the taper at the manifold/head juction, and the dimples between the runners, I believe that could be an Edelbrock Victor Ram.
    http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive_..._vic-ram.shtml



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    based on the taper at the manifold/head juction, and the dimples between the runners, I believe that could be an Edelbrock Victor Ram.
    http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive_..._vic-ram.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    I've running a old school edlebrock tr-2x manifold now. It's got some cracks, i'm pretty sure it's not straight, the carb stud threads are stripped, one stud is jb welded in. Lookin at getting a new manifold before i dyno, or maybe to swap out while at the dyno.
    I don't know if you have a enough motor for that manifold, and I don'tknow how happy it will be with 2 small 4 barrels. I have had pretty good results with this manifold on motors inn your HP range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Hey Konajet...your avatar is ass-backwards. Typical for a Chevy guy.
    Steel, I say we go for the consensus. Sounds like a good
    sticky! Now talking about a subject that would get Rex involved!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    based on the taper at the manifold/head juction, and the dimples between the runners, I believe that could be an Edelbrock Victor Ram.
    http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive_..._vic-ram.shtml
    That is a dart. Look at where the carbs bolt on, it's a flat plate. Anyways, I know that engine and know that it's a dart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    anybody have one of these for sale
    I'VE HAVE ONE, DART FOR A TALL DECK. AND I KNOW SOMEONE WHO TRADE A STANDARD DECK FOR THE TALL DECK. IF YOUR INTERESTED?
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