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Post  johndickjr on June 26th 2013, 5:52 pm

sorry to ask a sbf question here, but i hate asking anything on yellow bullet, at what point does a sbf really need a super victor intake, im sure i dont really need one, just thinking into the future cause my next motor will have to have one, if i buy one now i can use it on my 302 and my 347 next, heads are pretty bad ass for inline valve, currently running 11.90s with a dual plane and i know its coking the shit out of my heads,i do plane on swapping to a anderson n91 with either a vic jr or super vic

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Post  johndickjr on June 26th 2013, 8:41 pm

just made a deal on a bullet cam, 243--250@.050 with .588 lift,

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Post  richter69 on June 26th 2013, 11:07 pm

never made a back to back. we did dyno our 306 w the afrs and the sv and it made reall good power. it had more cam though and compression, was on alky also.
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Post  kim on June 27th 2013, 2:03 pm

When, when the small block displacement is increased to move the air equivilant to the said 302 engine spinning 6500 to 8500 RPM.

302@ 8000 RPM about 1400cfm

347@ 7000 RPM about 1400cfm

Sooo if your going to scream the crap out of 302, and they sound damn sexy at 9000 RPM...


Or if your going to build a big bore/stroke engine in an 8.2 deck height block.. Thats the intake to consider

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Post  whatbumper on June 28th 2013, 6:39 pm

To be honest I've always seen an increase in average power by going to that intake no matter what cubic inch or rpm range. I would use it.

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Post  bbf-falcon on June 29th 2013, 8:19 am

NOW,is the time imo.Very Happy 

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Post  dfree383 on June 29th 2013, 8:53 am

I'd use a regular victor on a 302.
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Post  johndickjr on June 29th 2013, 8:56 am

very seriously thinking about putting this turd on alcohol not to be faster but for the cooling effect it has ,dam Oklahoma heat is killer

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Post  DanH on June 30th 2013, 8:13 am

johndickjr wrote:very seriously thinking about putting this turd on alcohol  not  to be faster but for the cooling effect it has ,dam Oklahoma heat is killer

I got a new Vic jr and a new Ron's injector system I'll sell you.

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Post  richter69 on June 30th 2013, 10:38 am

supervictor and alky carb for the win.......
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Post  whatbumper on June 30th 2013, 1:50 pm

richter69 wrote:supervictor and alky carb for the win.......
I agree. If I was bracket racing again I would probably run either industrial methanol or drip gas for fuel. But I am a tight ass. Lol

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Post  johndickjr on July 2nd 2013, 5:34 pm

picking up cam tomorrow, .588 lift 248-/253@.050 really need to decide on what intake, little more info on my heads , they have 200cc runners before porting, 2.05 intake --1.65ex 310flow intake 246 ex..i have the heads, and now the cam is coming, intake ????? , car has 4.88 gears, with a 4500 converter and weighs 2400 pounds without me

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Post  richter69 on July 2nd 2013, 7:09 pm

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Post  Larry Williams on July 2nd 2013, 7:11 pm

johndickjr wrote:picking up cam tomorrow, .588 lift 248-/253@.050 really need to decide on what intake, little more info on my heads , they have 200cc runners before porting, 2.05 intake --1.65ex 310flow intake 246 ex..i have the heads, and now the cam is coming, intake ????? , car has 4.88 gears, with a 4500 converter and weighs 2400 pounds without me

thats close to what my small block was. I used the super victor with a 950 QFT alky carb and ran consistant mid 9's loved the way it ran
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Post  richter69 on July 2nd 2013, 8:44 pm

imo it could use a touch more duration....
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Post  johndickjr on July 3rd 2013, 8:24 am

richter69 wrote:imo it could use a touch more duration....
it a stock 302 roller Short block, rpm kills these turds..7000 is fine with me, guess i will break down and spend the $$ and get a super victor , then i can use it on my 347 ill build over winter

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Post  richter69 on July 3rd 2013, 8:34 am

the cam we ran in our stock block deal 10 years ago had way more cam than what your sticking in it now, 6600 max, ran its ass off.

these little motors like a lot of cam and a lot of converter.
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Post  richter69 on July 3rd 2013, 9:14 am

our old combo.............

stock 5.0 block, crank and rods (arp wavelock bolts)
KB hyper dome pistons
70 model 351w heads, lightly ported
Schneider FT cam, .585/.585 258/262 @ .050 106ls
victor jr intake
800 holley converted to alky by George Rupert
1 5/8 into 3" headers, full exhaust to the front of the axle, Magnaflow oval race mufflers.
c4 w a brake, UCC (TCT then) 8" converter
4.86 gear and a 28 x 10.5 slick

Car was 2950 w driver, would run 11 teens in the summer and 10.90's in the cooler months.

low dollar build we put a ton of rounds on and never hurt a thing. The converter was the most expensive part of the combo.
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Post  johndickjr on July 3rd 2013, 1:49 pm


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Post  johndickjr on July 3rd 2013, 1:56 pm

richter69 wrote:the cam we ran in our stock block deal 10 years ago had way more cam than what your sticking in it now, 6600 max, ran its ass off.

these little motors like a lot of cam and a lot of converter.
cam was in a 408sbf, shifting at 6400, 100 less ci in my motor, in theory should be 6800-7000 range, i leaned toward this cam because it was in the range that piston to valve clearance was ok..i had checked it before i built motor with a cam similar and had ton of room, and i only have a 4500 converter,it just fit the bill and i traded a shop fan for it, i got the guy from a guy in your area, it has to work better then this pussy tfs stage 2 cam with its 224-232 dur@.050

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Post  richter69 on July 3rd 2013, 2:29 pm

what you gonna do w the pussy cam? I need one for a pumpgas stocker 289 build and that will work great.............no joking lol.

nevermind I see its a hyd roller.......
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Post  johndickjr on July 3rd 2013, 9:46 pm

richter69 wrote:what you gonna do w the pussy cam? I need one for a pumpgas stocker 289 build and that will work great.............no joking lol.

nevermind I see its a hyd roller.......
lol..its going in my cousins 1965 mustang

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Post  Calypso on July 6th 2013, 8:59 am

Buddy dynoed his 347 with AFR205's and lunati solid roller of about 260deg @050 & 106 LSA. Victor jr. made more HP below 6800rpm. After that Super Victor made 7hp more. He went with jr.

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Post  johndickjr on July 6th 2013, 4:01 pm

picked up a vic jr today, it was cheap and somewhat local

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Post  LivermoreDave on July 9th 2013, 9:48 am

IMO you made the correct choice of intake manifold. Two things came to mind when you were considering the Super Victor. Camshaft specs and at what valve lift the flow numbers were achieved. The Super Victors usually enjoy a higher operating range although could compliment a larger displacement as well. The Super Victor may have worked, although I believe the lesser intake manifold may be well suited for your application.

Just another opinion,
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