intake manifold research info:

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  1. stinkboy

    stinkboy Veteran Member

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    after looking at an intake change out, i decided to put my research down in here where it might get some use. im sure im missing some crap.

    Edlebrock Manifolds:


    Performer 2101 dual plane
    action: idle to 5500 rpm
    height: front 3.74" rear 4.80"
    gasket: eddy 7201 or fel pro 1256

    Performer Air Gap dual plane
    action: idle to 5500 rpm
    height: front 3.72 rear 4.92 this is .27"(1/4") higher than 2101
    gasket: eddy 7201

    Performer RPM and RPM Air Gap dual plane 7100 series rpm 7500 series rpm air gap

    action: 1500 to 6500 rpm
    height: front 4.20 rear 5.25
    gasket: eddy 7201 and fel pro 1205

    Torker single plane
    action: 2500 to 6500
    height:
    gasket:

    Torker II single plane
    action: 3500 to 7500 rpm
    height: front 3.53 rear 4.63
    gasket: eddy 7201 and fel pro 1205

    Victor Jr single plane
    action: 3500 to 8000
    height: varies use eddy website
    gasket: eddy 7217 and fel pro 1205

    Victor Jr High Port single plane

    action: 4000 to 8000
    height: varies use eddy website
    gasket: eddy 7217 and fel pro 1263

    Victor Jr Bowtie II single plane also has a tall version 1" taller
    action: 3500 to 8000
    height: varies use eddy website
    gasket : eddy 7206 or 7217 and fel pro 1206

    Weiand Manifolds:

    Weiand Action + Plus dual plane
    action: idle to 6000
    height: front 3.75 rear 4.63
    gasket: fel pro 1240

    Weiand Stealth dual plane 8150 series
    action: 1500 to 6700
    height: 4.73
    gasket: Mr. Gasket 5821 and fel pro 1205

    Weiand Steal Air Strike dual plane
    action: 2500 to 6500
    height: front 4.19 rear 5.27
    gasket: fel pro 1204 and 1205

    Weiand Xclerator single plane

    action: 2000 to 6500
    height: front 3.09 rear 4.06
    gasket: fel pro 1204 and 1205

    Weiand Team G part #7530 single plane

    action: 2800 to 7800
    height: front 4.38 rear 5.31
    gasket: fel pro 1205 and 1206

    Weiand Team G part #7531 single plane
    action: 3000 to 8200
    height: front 5.63 rear 6.56
    gasket: fel pro 1205 or 1206


    Weiand Team G part #7532 single plane
    action: 2800 to 7800
    height: front 4.38 rear 5.31
    gasket: fel pro 1205 or 1206
     
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    my research also found:

    dual plane: low end torque, lose a little at top high HP
    use dual for street/strip where the max rpm is 6500 or lower

    single plane: lose a little low end torque but gain some high end HP
    use single for street/strip where the max rpm is over 6500 or the converter stall is 3K or higher.
     
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    dart intakes

    Just a lil sidenote:

    Have you looked at the Dart Iron Eagle intake manifold? I was looking for an intake to better match my heads (Iron eagle 200cc) and was thinking about going wiht that one, but was hopin to compare it to the edelbrocks as i liked those as well!
     
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    :cool: Performer RPM Air-Gap!
     
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    You do know there are 3 team G intakes right
     
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    i cant do all your research for you. if you are interested in the G intake im sure that person will do their own research. if not then they get what they get.

    this is just a little summary for those that actually use the search function. its also nice to know the height changes and what rpms each intake is SUPPOSED to handle.

    but thanks for the pat on the back.
     
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    Its great info I just was saying. Sorry. I spent DAYS looking for a intake shorter than 3.75 at the front for a circle track class that had that limit. Thats why I know. The shortest is 3.50".
     
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    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    what about these edelbrock intakes :

    edelbrock torker single plane intake 2500-6500rpm


    edelbrock TM-1 single plane intake 3500-7500 rpm


    edelbrock scorpion single plane intake 4000 -7500rpm


    edelbrock TR1-X tunnel ram 4500-8500rpm
     
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    You should have just asked for a copy of my spreadsheet! It's got all those intakes and and specs plus more, but no gasket recommendations.
     
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    Or just looked up the thread with all the info from the magazine test article.

    What do you have now? Curious at to why you think you need a new one.
     

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