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Old 12-21-2003, 23:52   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody had there heads and manifold flowed together?
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as in match ported? I've heard of it, exhaust as well... but never had it done myself.
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Judging by recent posts, i presume that you are after even more power.

You will find it in your cam.
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Re: flow

Everyone, myself included allways want more power but thats not the reason.
What cam would you recommend?

Why I am asking is to compare how much a given type of 4 barrel intake reduces the actual head flow of a given head,compared to how much my weber manifold reduces my actual head flow.......make sense?
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