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Post  racinghabbit on November 21st 2018, 2:01 pm

edelbrock 2795 is what I currently....

New motor 504 cid. 9.75cr, pump gas , in my 83 f100. dove heads pocket ported and bowl blended with stock size valves, cam hyd flat tappet, .563/.558  lift, duration @50  224/239, 107 intake center line. 770 holley vacuum seconday


I want really good torque 2000-4000 rpm...  NOT FOR RACING

What intake would you recommend?
Is the torker 2795 worth using?
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Post  dfree383 on November 21st 2018, 2:16 pm

A Eddy Performer or Performer RPM would work well
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Post  litshoot on November 23rd 2018, 11:53 am

think your going to hear eddy performer, rpm(I had and like, but didn't compare except to stock), rpm airgap and weiand stealth. then a whole bunch of back and forth on which is better.

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Post  The Mad Porter on November 24th 2018, 4:34 am

The original Torker intake will choke a 500" combo. Great off idle response though.
I have a new one I bought from FRPP when they were clearing inventory some years ago. Just wow...

If you want the best area under the curve use a performer. Do not port match. Add a Jomar power cone. The PC will help breathing a bit at the top by allowing a bit of cross flow and a bit of additional plenum volume.

Restrict heat through the intake by cutting a piece of stainless steel to fit in the gasket cut out for the cross over.
For cold weather use drill a 5/16" hole to allow some heat but not enough to over heat the intake and carb.



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Post  Lem Evans on November 24th 2018, 10:23 am

The Mad Porter wrote:The original Torker intake will choke a 500" combo. Great off idle response though.
I have a new one I bought from FRPP when they were clearing inventory some years ago. Just wow...

If you want the best area under the curve use a performer. Do not port match. Add a Jomar power cone. The PC will help breathing a bit at the top by allowing a bit of cross flow and a bit of additional plenum volume.

Restrict heat through the intake by cutting a piece of stainless steel to fit in the gasket cut out for the cross over.
For cold weather use drill a 5/16" hole to allow some heat but not enough to over heat the intake and carb.



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I still have one of those FRPP original Torker if you ever need one.

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Post  The Mad Porter on November 24th 2018, 3:34 pm

[/quote]I still have one of those FRPP original Torker if you ever need one.[/quote]


Do you think the one I already purchased from you needs a friend?


Very Happy


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