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Edelebrock sp2p

Post  mach1charlie on November 16th 2016, 7:32 am

Anyone ever use one? Would like to try one on my RV.

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Re: Edelebrock sp2p

Post  rmcomprandy on November 16th 2016, 10:17 am

mach1charlie wrote:Anyone ever use one? Would like to try one on my RV.

It seemed to work on my buddy's 429 tow truck, which almost never went over 3,500 RPM.

With different drivers, that truck ran almost 24 hours a day and every last "mile per gallon" was what he was after.

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it MIGHT be of little help somewhat on a Motorhome for just running down the highway.

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Post  mach1charlie on November 22nd 2016, 12:27 am

Anyone got one to sell? Would like to try it. Thanks

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Re: Edelebrock sp2p

Post  Lem Evans on November 22nd 2016, 11:19 am

rmcomprandy wrote:
mach1charlie wrote:Anyone ever use one? Would like to try one on my RV.

It seemed to work on my buddy's 429 tow truck, which almost never went over 3,500 RPM.

With different drivers, that truck ran almost 24 hours a day and every last "mile per gallon" was what he was after.

EDIT:
it MIGHT be of little help somewhat on a Motorhome for just running down the highway.

Randy, I've got a new in box 1st generation torker manifold. Would that thing fit his needs?

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Re: Edelebrock sp2p

Post  rmcomprandy on November 22nd 2016, 7:05 pm

Lem Evans wrote:
rmcomprandy wrote:
mach1charlie wrote:Anyone ever use one? Would like to try one on my RV.

It seemed to work on my buddy's 429 tow truck, which almost never went over 3,500 RPM.

With different drivers, that truck ran almost 24 hours a day and every last "mile per gallon" was what he was after.

EDIT:
it MIGHT be of little help somewhat on a Motorhome for just running down the highway.

Randy, I've got a new in box 1st generation torker manifold. Would that thing fit his needs?

The Torquer is a single plane ... it would probably work well in a not so heavy vehicle for helping fuel mileage.
The SP2P is a very small runner dual-plane intake manifold and makes a bunch of "off-idle" torque as well.

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