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Old 04-20-2003, 05:52   #1 (permalink)
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Single Plane Intake for 2V

years ago when I first got into this there was one choice for 4Vs (Torker) and one for 2Vs .. (Weiand Xcellerator) ... now we have Active, Redback and all sorts of stuff... given my combo (read cams thread) anyone think that any of the above manifolds will be too big?? What would be the better manifold????
So many choices.. my head hurts
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Old 04-20-2003, 17:38   #2 (permalink)
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i think the active and redback are for really stout engine for 7000+ rpm power, i can tell u what im building,

351c 2 bolt 10:1 comp, 2v heads off a circuit car(not sure how ported they are but a 850dp was on them) screw in studs guide plates rollers 4v valves.
cam, im thinking of getting a fairly large hydraulic, around .580 lift, onto the heads ive got a matched ported redline torker smaller ports compared to a x-cellerator and a 700dp.
in my td cortina with 3.5 9inch and a 2800 stalled c10 im told it woud do 12s.

another combo ive read is nearly the same as mine but with a ported edelbrock performer 2v and in a xb coupe with same c10 and stallie it did a 12.8, was in street machine a while back
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try and get your hands on one of the old holley strip dominators.
they are really hard to get now - but were supposed to be a great 2v manifold.
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strip dominators are so hard to come by I won't really bother putting them in the equation!
Corty.. for a cam of that lift I would recommend a solid ..for the revs you will be pulling you will get the benefit of them not pumping up and causing valve float... I would actually recommend a Crane F246 which is .570I and .590E. If you can;t do 12s in a corty with that combo I would be VERY suprised.. in fact , I would be amazed (assuming traction) if you couldn't get low to mid 12s!!

My XA has the MPH to do 12s but I ain't likely to do it on the teeny tyres or the dodgy clutch.. but I will certainly give it a bash !
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try and get your hands on one of the old holley strip dominators.
they are really hard to get now - but were supposed to be a great 2v manifold.
Holley Strip Dominator is to suit 4V heads, the Street Dominator suits 2V heads. The Street Dominator is one of the better 2V manifolds.

As for the best 2V Single Plane manifold, you probably can't go past the new TFC Single Plane.
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Try Parker Racing Components who make the Funnelweb inlets. They also make tongues for heads. (07) 4122 1636..

Or as above Total Flow Cylinder Heads (03) 9362 0266.. hth...
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strip dominators are so hard to come by I won't really bother putting them in the equation!
Corty.. for a cam of that lift I would recommend a solid ..for the revs you will be pulling you will get the benefit of them not pumping up and causing valve float... I would actually recommend a Crane F246 which is .570I and .590E. If you can;t do 12s in a corty with that combo I would be VERY suprised.. in fact , I would be amazed (assuming traction) if you couldn't get low to mid 12s!!

My XA has the MPH to do 12s but I ain't likely to do it on the teeny tyres or the dodgy clutch.. but I will certainly give it a bash !
4V Strip Dominators are still around and can be picked up for a good price. Check out The Trading Post.
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I have heard good reprts about the TFC .. has anyone first hand info on the funnelweb????? I have spoken to Mr Parker but how can you really compare without someone using them??

I am tossing up between the TFC and the Funnelweb .. but at $600+ I want to make the right decision
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TFC's are good for 4V/3V setups and single place Xcellerators are good for 2V setups.

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I'm currently using the funnelweb as a replacement for my old weiand x-cellarator and it has showed a touch over 20hp at the flywheel bolt on with no spacers or tuning. The tfc's are great too but i found they tend to be recomended for serious motors not street type stuff.
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