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    Default Please identify this intake for me.

    I have no idea as to what this intake might be. It's been polished and the name shaved. I'm maybe thinking Edelbrock Victor?
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    kinda looks like a Holley Strip Dominator

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2GLOCK View Post
    I have no idea as to what this intake might be. It's been polished and the name shaved. I'm maybe thinking Edelbrock Victor?
    How about a pic of the front and back valley area but I'm 90% positive it's a Holley Strip Dominator.
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    Here are some more pics.
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    Edelbrock Victor Junior. You can tell by the "mouth" in front that lets airflow under the runners. Other brands dont have that.

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    I have a tend to agree. But some body has done some modifying when they polished it. The NOS bumps are gone and there was a linlage tower on the left side rear near the dizzy. Should have 2 dizzy hold down pad as well. althought here are other manifolds that have that, the Holley Strip Dom does not. Also the Holley Strip Dom has a big vac port on the number 8 runner. And an additional horiz. water port under the thermostat besides the one shown in these pics



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    Edelbrock Victor Junior

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    David , That's not a Victor Jr carb manifold. That's for their EFI.
    I happen to run a Vic Jr so I am ABSOLUTELY certain that that is the manifold in question.

    I see you added another pic. The lower one has the "mouth" I referenced earlier.
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    now seeing the front of the manifold, it's definatly an edelbrock, could be
    an older victor, maybe a jr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blownjet 468 View Post
    now seeing the front of the manifold, it's definatly an edelbrock, could be
    an older victor, maybe a jr.
    Or somebody decided to rid the manifold uneeded fluff when they polished it. I would. But is definitly one of Vics



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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnivalride View Post
    How about a pic of the front and back valley area but I'm 90% positive it's a Holley Strip Dominator.
    Well after seeing this pic I'm changing my guess. I'd say an Edelbrock Victor Jr as the others said, sorry about the first response.
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    Looks just like mine it is a Victor Jr
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    Quote Originally Posted by orange bahner View Post
    Looks just like mine it is a Victor Jr
    nice lookin set-up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    nice lookin set-up!
    Thanks. I just barely started polishing everything last nite. I'll post pics once I'm finished (probably in a few weeks) The cheesy fuel line setup is going away soon.

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