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Old 11-22-2003, 23:42   #1 (permalink)
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Question Best intake/ filter for my 302?

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I am looking at a filter/ fitler holder for my 302. I need it to be low-lying to fit under the supra's bonnet. I am intending to use cold air intake for it. Which is best for me? The carby is a holley 750 vac secs. Manifold is a genuine boss 302.
I was told to expect around 450-500hp when the engine is fully built, so it needs to be good quality and have large potential.

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Re: Best intake/ filter for my 302?

Whateverfits ??? Thought of making a cap over carb and running filter like an efi mill to colder or high presure area ???
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yeah i was thinking exactly that..but i was just wondering if anyone knew of a filter similar...like you said if i make a cap and large piping, i can run a pod filter even...
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Re: Best intake/ filter for my 302?

Actually in the States you can get them caps for they use them in blow through turbo/ blown applications...Holley agents here should stock them...VPW ??
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Re: Best intake/ filter for my 302?

that sounds about right..ill look more into it! Other than that im sure there's lots of stuff that fits around 750 holleys!
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Re: Best intake/ filter for my 302?

if i went to an efi intake hardware...what are ALL the parts i need to buy, and whats the best car to get it from? E.g an EL xr8??
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imo aftermarket either Edelbrock rpm or Twisted Wedge track heat around $1100 for inlet....Other than that any efi engine.. EL ll onwards is better for efi parts..

In your case the U.S mustang inlet etc could be the go as it may not matter which way inlet is facing.. There MAY be some laying around in peoples garages.. Cheap....
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why do i sense you may have one lying around..cheap ??
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