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Can anyone tell me about the Holley Strip Dominator? Whats your opinions?

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Re: Holley Strip DOminator

Well, I'm no expert on intakes. As far as I know they dont make the Holley Strip Dominator for a BBF. I think most of the guys that run that style intake run an Edelbrock Victor series. This style intake is for high rpm horsepower. Power range starts around 3000 rpm. Wouldnt be a great intake for the street. Its more for all out racing. Depending on what your doing with your engine you might consider a Weiand Stealth. Its a good dual plane intake with power throughout the rpm range.
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Re: Holley Strip DOminator

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Can anyone tell me about the Holley Strip Dominator? Whats your opinions?
The Strip Dominator is a rare manifold on the second hand market these days, that's if you're looking for Cleveland stuff.

Not a bad performer from 3500 to 7500RPM. It's an Air Gap style, not as wild as the Funnel web or TFC. The De Tomaso boys in the States love them. I've seen Cleveland's on the dyno go over 500 HP with the SD manifold. Obviously had more done to the engine than just the manifold though

These manifolds are still pulling 750.00 US dollars (one went for 750 on US Ebay last month), but can be had in AUS from 350.00 and up. I recently paid 450 for mine and it was in mint nick. May lose a little low down torque over the Torker, but find more top end HP where I want it.

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Re: Holley Strip DOminator

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This is a Big Block CHEV Strip Dominator dude. There's no way this will fit a Cleveland. WTF?

Thanks anyway - I think!

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Re: Holley Strip DOminator

i've got one for sale.it has had extensive work done to it.bottom of runners are filled.if anyone is genuinely interested contact me for more info and pics but please don't waste my time.this is a good all out manifold for 4v heads and you don't need to cut your bonnet.thanks.

email me at icat@bigpond.net.au
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