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Post  JBR-3 on April 23rd 2019, 7:35 pm

Curious what others have done with this intake. Seems like it would work best
on a large cubic inch lowish RPM build, like a 557 kept under 5500-6000 RPM.

You can't use a Dominator on it without the adaptor/spacer. I'm not hip on
how large one can go these days with a 4150 Holley.

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Post  rmcomprandy on April 23rd 2019, 7:51 pm

JBR-3 wrote:Curious what others have done with this intake. Seems like it would work best
on a large cubic inch lowish RPM build, like a 557 kept under 5500-6000 RPM.

You can't use a Dominator on it without the adaptor/spacer. I'm not hip on
how large one can go these days with a 4150 Holley.

Good horsepower maker at wide open throttle however, not a good performer at part throttle transition; slow to react because of large runner cross-section.  Continuous part throttle is fine. MUCH better than the #8012 which has the runners shrunk at the very end to match the smaller production port heads

I have done quite a few Dominator conversion carb flanges for larger engine street/strip cars.

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Post  Gregaust on April 25th 2019, 4:33 am

As a guide the squarebore carbs go big now .. Here is a link with mention of the latest billet offerings

https://performancecarb.wordpress.com/drag-race-carburetors/

As a side note , I've used these guys several times , I find their carbs work sweet Smile

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