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Old 01-30-2004, 03:17   #1 (permalink)
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Redline Street Torker Manifold

Hi, I just bought one of them 2v redline street torker manifolds on ebay, wondering if anyone has anything good or bad to say about them before I fit it up to the 351 clevo...
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Old 01-30-2004, 16:05   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Redline Street Torker Manifold

no need to weld injector bosses onto it, there allready there.
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Re: Redline Street Torker Manifold

what do you have on it at the moment??? I am always looking for direct comparo's of different manifolds on the same motors.
From a purely visual standpoint, the end runners have a very sharp turn on them.. no idea what real world effect it has.
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Yeah I noticed that, I currently have an Edelbrock Performer, it seems to lack down low performance, but goes off its head higher in the rev range, basically I want more down low torque, and that's what the redline is supposed to be good for....
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i thought it was the opposite, single plain for good top end, dual for good bottom end
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Re: Redline Street Torker Manifold

You may be right, I'm only going by what I have been told...
Guess I will have to just see for myself.....
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single plane ( redline ) works better at higher revs and dual plane ( Performer ). If you are after more low down power the single plane is not likely to give you what you want.
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Oh bugger, I should have asked about it b4 I bought it!
Oh well, more spare parts to put in the cupboard...
Do you know what type of manifold would give me more grunt down low and still allow me to hit it up to 6 g easy?
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Performer works for me fine doign exactly as you want. I would be checking things like your cam timing and a few other things if you have power late in the rev range.
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Yeah all that side of it is spot on, the engine is only afew months old, I wouldn't mind putting a smaller cam in it, it has an isky 282 in it, I think it is a bit too big for the engine, which is a shame cos it really honks from about 4 g upwards.... Can anybody recommend a good camshaft to suit straight LPG?
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