Anyone Running This Manifold??

Weiand Team-G 3/4" raised # 7532, I like the Holley Strip Dominator # 300-25 but it's too tall.
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muscl car

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Car Craft did a open plenum intake manifold test for their 7/13 magazine and the Team G was one of the intakes tested

on a 10.1:1 400sbc running TFS 215cc heads , crane solid roller "no specs given" and a 850 holey 4bbl test mule engine made 524hp @ 6200rpm , peak tq#'s of 507ft lbs @ 4600rpm and average tq #'s of 478.4



peak hp #'s it placed 15th out of 19th

average tq placed 16th out of 19th

average tq per dollar it placed 6th out of 19th
 

BigBlock 79Z

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I had a raised one on my small block. Back-to-back with a Victor Jr the G outperformed it. I have a raised Team G on my BBC and like it. The raised one makes more power than the low one Car Craft tested if you can fit it.
 

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crane solid roller "no specs given"

... and Car Craft invalidates their data in one fell swoop. I seriously hate it when magazines do stuff like that
 

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Lowend said:
... and Car Craft invalidates their data in one fell swoop. I seriously hate it when magazines do stuff like that


found the cam specs ...Crane solid roller cam

248 in / 256exh @ .050 630/630 lift 106LSA
 
I don't know why they didn't use this 3/4" raised 7532 or the 2" raised 7531 for their test?? a few of the intakes where on the tall side and performed the best.
I have a 406 build up I'm going to start and I'm trying to get my parts list together and I'm going back and forth be between SHP200s and Profiler195s which I want to use, but by builder has cnc programs for the Darts.
Also debating between the 282S Magnum solid and the XS274S extreme energy solid?
 
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soco200p

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REARSPROCKET said:
I don't know why they didn't use this 3/4" raised 7532 or the 2" raised 7531 for their test?? a few of the intakes where on the tall side and performed the best.
I have a 406 build up I'm going to start and I'm trying to get my parts list together and I'm going back and forth be between SHP200s and Profiler195s which I want to use, but by builder has cnc programs for the Darts.
Also debating between the 282S Magnum solid and the XS274S extreme energy solid?

I agree, they should have included the others, but in car craft a little while back they included the higher versions, though for the SBF, and they performed a bit better at higher RPMS.

It's an "ok" intake which is mostly designed for those that want a single plane that will still fit under the hood.
 

79CamaroZ28

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REARSPROCKET said:
I don't know why they didn't use this 3/4" raised 7532 or the 2" raised 7531 for their test?? a few of the intakes where on the tall side and performed the best.
I have a 406 build up I'm going to start and I'm trying to get my parts list together and I'm going back and forth be between SHP200s and Profiler195s which I want to use, but by builder has cnc programs for the Darts.
Also debating between the 282S Magnum solid and the XS274S extreme energy solid?
There is much better cams out there then those two. The 282 is a older grind... Call straub technologies or bullet and give them your engine specs. They can provide you a cam that will be much better suited.
 




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