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Old 11-18-2004, 05:19   #1 (permalink)
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Performer Vs Funnelweb

Fitted the new 2V funnelweb, what a difference compared to the performer with no other mods. I dont seem to have lost any bottom end as we thought. The revs seem unlimited now!
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Congrats.

I would love to hear someones experience going from a Weiand to the Funnelweb..
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Old 11-18-2004, 21:36   #3 (permalink)
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sounds good dude, I've got a performer on now and it dies at 5,200rpm I've been lookin at a few single planes around and I like the chi small block single plane partly cos it will look nice wif a set of 3vs later on. It also has injector bosses cast into it which is great for me cos i'm injecting my clevo.
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Old 11-19-2004, 03:23   #4 (permalink)
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Yes mine run out of steam at about the same with a 750DP. I dont think you can run a 3v chi manifold on cast 2v heads
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a parker funnel web is going on my new engine but i have nothing to compare it to, im happy your happy with your gains, the only input i have is a friend ran a xc ute at willowbank last year and it went from 13.05 to 12.78 and picked up i think around 5 mph going from performer manifold to the weiand, only other mod was a 1 inch spacer.
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a parker funnel web is going on my new engine but i have nothing to compare it to, im happy your happy with your gains, the only input i have is a friend ran a xc ute at willowbank last year and it went from 13.05 to 12.78 and picked up i think around 5 mph going from performer manifold to the weiand, only other mod was a 1 inch spacer.
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The performer is only good idle-5500 where as the funnelweb will go to 7-7500. I'm running a 2V on my 351C with a 2" 'Supa Sucker' spacer with a Holley 800DP. I've attached a couple of photo's for the 1st time, Hope they've turned out.
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thats going to be a nice package corty.
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Hey what cam r u running ???
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I've attached a couple of photo's for the 1st time, Hope they've turned out.
J H C, your're gonna twist and kill that little TE with that MONSTER !!!
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