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Thanks for all your help , much appreciated
Victor jr would be my choice,, be a better combination if you could bump the compression up a little,,
Flat tappet, and ive had the converter so long i lost the info on it.
for all round street use, its hard to beat the Z28 style manifold (very similar to the performer rpm).
Stall speed,, and you do mean flat tappet solid
Solid lifter , bow laws steel push rods, rollers, 10 inch fairbanks converter
Chaz. Is that cam flat tappet or roller.. It's quite a lot of duration for a 10-1 motor,,, I would go either the victor jr or the super victor 2925.... What converter is behind it
Hi, running 10.1
Duration @ .050" 254 inlet 262 exhaust
valve lift, 520 inlet 531 exhaust
Running duration, 286 deg inlet 296 deg exhaust
lobe lift, 346 inlet 354 exhaust
is the manifold a torker or a torker II,apparently the torker II is the worse of the two
agree with zephyrc .I run a victor junior on my sbc, it`s very streetable
What cam is in the motor,, duration at 50 thou.. And what compression..victor jr works well in most middle ground sbc.. In my opinion the torker is not very good and is surpassed by most any single plane
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