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Old 09-30-2005, 06:16   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

So has anyone used one? I'm buying one for my 347, was planning on a victor junior but decided to give this one a go.

Here's the flow figures

Flow in cfm (28" H20)
Runner Vic. Jr. Funnelweb 302
1 255-259cfm 304cfm
2 267-269 312
3 267-269 310
4 255-259 300
5 255-259 300
6 267-269 308
7 267-269 310
8 255-259 303


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Old 09-30-2005, 16:12   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

Matt, I cant wait to hear what you think about this manifold.

What is the cost?

When do you get it?
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

Cost is just under $300 AU. It's coming from the states so will be about 4 weeks until i get it. I'm putting off going on the dyno now until i've installed the manifold. This manifold is just over 2 inches taller than my current torker 2. From my calculations it should just fit under the bonnet without cutting any holes.
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

I thought these manifolds were made in qld by parker racing?
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

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I thought these manifolds were made in qld by parker racing?
They are but it's cheaper for me to buy one back from the states. go figure?

here's a link to parkers site: www.parkerracing.com.au

they sell for $275US on there site and i'm getting one from the US brand new for about $215US delivered.
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

Did you talk to terry parker before you decided to buy one?

What made/makes you think they are a good manifold?
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

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they sell for $275US on there site and i'm getting one from the US brand new for about $215US delivered.
Did you get back to Parker and try and screw a better deal?
I'm sure he would want the extra profit in his pocket if he knew
you were buying from an overseas reseller? Mabe u did?
Either way, it is rediculously cheap, so well done
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Re: Anyone used a funnel web on a windsor?

Will be interesting to see how this goes,,Whats your engine specs,,i now a 347 can make 550 hp and 470 ft pounds no probs with the victor jr on a hot street engine.
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Did you talk to terry parker before you decided to buy one?

What made/makes you think they are a good manifold?
nah, haven't spoken to him. i did a bit of research, a bit of drinking, a bit of thinking and just decided to give it a shot.
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Will be interesting to see how this goes,,Whats your engine specs,,i now a 347 can make 550 hp and 470 ft pounds no probs with the victor jr on a hot street engine.
engine specs are:
347 mexican block, 30 thou over
pro topline 180cc heads, 2.08 intake, 1.6 exhaust
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