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Old 07-01-2005, 05:52   #1 (permalink)
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Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

I am wondering how this manifold compares to the other two hi-rise clevo manifolds. I'm up for a change, and wondering which one.
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Re: Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

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I am wondering how this manifold compares to the other two hi-rise clevo manifolds. I'm up for a change, and wondering which one.
Looking for that 11 hey!

They don't seem to be a very popular manifold. Maybe because they don't seem to push their advertising as much. Unsure of performance compared to TFC or Parker.
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Re: Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

Try this link. It has a comparison with TFC, Parker, Active, Xcelerator & Performer.

My damn computer won't show the dyno sheet pictures. Let me know what it shows. If I read bewteen the lines it says the Active comes out on top?

https://www.fordmuscle.com/phpBB/vie...73&forum=16&14
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Re: Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

Thanks TruBlu351. I know i guy in Brissy with one on a 351 with ported AFD heads on a new motor. He is yet to dyno or race over the 1/4, but says goes very well in his XD.
Whatever i choose, i need to get new, as i have to get machined with longer inlet runners to suit my heads.
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That link post is from 2003 so I think the dyno pics are no longer there. I'll try and pm Cobra427 and see if he can send/repost them.

............I also just saw a certain xdclevo being a member there too
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Re: Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

Interesting......got any comparisons with 4v's ?
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Re: Is there anyone here running an Active 2v manifold?

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Thanks TruBlu351. I know i guy in Brissy with one on a 351 with ported AFD heads on a new motor. He is yet to dyno or race over the 1/4, but says goes very well in his XD.
Whatever i choose, i need to get new, as i have to get machined with longer inlet runners to suit my heads.
I have no experience with this intake myself but i do keep in touch with a racer in Qld who has one on his xf falcon running open chamber 2v,s. Car run,s 10.8 quarters consistently.Very good manifold for 351,s. I know of a few guys who think highly of this piece.
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