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Old 08-06-2006, 05:29   #1 (permalink)
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Heah guys and girls nice to meet you all.I have an XD ESP (XELR8<plates) and Im just about to buy a manifold!all imfo on the TFC and parker would be wicked..just dont no what one to go? 3.5 strock fully ported 2vss OPEN..flow 490horses.750 BG.thanks guy.s I,m new to this and dont no if it will even work lol ...
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I run the TFC, but really think either will deliver the goods in performance. I only went TFC, as i needed one specially machined to suit my higher ports on alloy heads, and Graeme at TFC confirmed details over the phone for what i requested. Flip a coin. haha.
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I run the TFC, but really think either will deliver the goods in performance. I only went TFC, as i needed one specially machined to suit my higher ports on alloy heads, and Graeme at TFC confirmed details over the phone for what i requested. Flip a coin. haha.
yeah thanks mate I,m just about going to do that Being I,m in melb I might go the TFC...I just here so much about both of them and dont want to get it wrong. you will like MY ESP is nilly the same colour as your.sss I,m new will get some pic,s happening soon..
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You won't go wrong with either manifold, they are very closely matched. Personally with iron 2V's we run the Funnelweb and have no dramas. A lot will however depend on the camshaft that's currently in your engine, either manifold is designed to work in the 3000+ rpm range.
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Old 08-06-2006, 21:03   #5 (permalink)
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I,m trying to Fit (manifold)under the old school shaker?Dave at AFD told me, I would have to do some MODs(TFC) but it will fit?any IMFO would be great.
I,m also running a Top loader? thanks
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I still run my shaker with the TFC manifold, but i had no hope at running the correct shaker base. I welded up a shorter alluminuim base and bolted the shaker top to it. Filter then sits right up inside the shaker top itself with a 9 inch elelment, 3 inches high.
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I still run my shaker with the TFC manifold, but i had no hope at running the correct shaker base. I welded up a shorter alluminuim base and bolted the shaker top to it. Filter then sits right up inside the shaker top itself with a 9 inch elelment, 3 inches high.
Yeah thanks on that imfo it really helped.I just got of the Phone to Graeme at TFC... TFC here I COME
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G'day i don't think u will go wrong with either intake but the finished product of the TFC is much better. JMO. When ordering ask for the low plenum therefore you can experiment with different height carb spacers. Also its a little bit easier to fit everything with the shaker.
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G'day i don't think u will go wrong with either intake but the finished product of the TFC is much better. JMO. When ordering ask for the low plenum therefore you can experiment with different height carb spacers. Also its a little bit easier to fit everything with the shaker.
Yeah thanks mate I,m going to do that Going to fit it under the shaker.TFC all the WAY! graeme Was really helpfull and will go out of he,s way to help you with more than just manifold Data he rock,s..
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I'm extremely happy with my Parker on 2V heads. It fit's under a XB bonnet, but I doubt it will fit under an XD.
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