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Old 09-12-2005, 06:22   #1 (permalink)
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would a weiand X-clr loose low TQ compared to stock inlet?

Just thinking of slapping together a 351 to run in a Landcruiser HJ75 ute, will be straight gas.

I have a weiand Xcellerator and could use that, considering the engine would be used for 800-4500rpm and primarily after TQ more than top end power, I am thinking just stick with the stock manifold?

What d ya reckon, 351/C10 into a landcruiser?? should tow well!
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Re: would a weiand X-clr loose low TQ compared to stock inlet?

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Just thinking of slapping together a 351 to run in a Landcruiser HJ75 ute, will be straight gas.

I have a weiand Xcellerator and could use that, considering the engine would be used for 800-4500rpm and primarily after TQ more than top end power, I am thinking just stick with the stock manifold?

What d ya reckon, 351/C10 into a landcruiser?? should tow well!
A gas engine would be better off using a single plane manifold in this instance.
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