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Old 02-26-2007, 11:20   #1 (permalink)
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Performer intake vs Weiand Stealth intake

I'm helping a friend rebuild his 351W. It is 0.030" and has the Edelbrock Torker Plus cam, 224/234, .496/.520, 110 LSA. 9.5:1 compression, Victor Jr heads, Hooker headers.
He has both the Performer intake #2181 and the Stealth intake #8023.

Which intake is better for low end to mid range?

He isn't concerned with top end rpm as the way the car will be driven WOT will be rare. Mainly street crusing with an ocassional burst through 1st and 2nd. No drag racing. It will be a fairly heavy 69 Torino, FMX auto and 3:50 gears.

Which intake should we use ?

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Re: Performer intake vs Weiand Stealth intake

With those 2 intake choices I would go with the Weiand.Both intakes are off Idle,but the Weiand goes to 6800 were the performer is done at 5800.It seems that with your mods on the small block you are going to rev it up a bit. I have always had better luck with the Stealths.
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Re: Performer intake vs Weiand Stealth intake

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