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    Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    For a 455 olds. I've got an torker now, but was wondering what is better out there. Any opinions?
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    Re: Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    Blue Oval!!!!! Summit has a 9" tall TR for dual carbs $350!!!! FORD POWER!!!
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    Re: Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    the crosswind for a single carbed 455 from what ive read

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    Re: Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    Quote Originally Posted by "THE ADVOCATE" link=topic=1046.msg12250#msg12250 date=1316833860
    Blue Oval!!!!! Summit has a 9" tall TR for dual carbs $350!!!! FORD POWER!!!
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    Re: Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    Quote Originally Posted by "THE ADVOCATE" link=topic=1046.msg12250#msg12250 date=1316833860
    Blue Oval!!!!! Summit has a 9" tall TR for dual carbs $350!!!! FORD POWER!!!
    The problem is that that Blue Oval just sits on the garage floor!!! The T/R's just sit on the engine lift legs!!!
    ****Disclaimer - I'm far from being an expert so you may want a second opinion!****

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    Re: Recommendation for an aluminum intake

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie link=topic=1046.msg12590#msg12590 date=1317361798
    Quote Originally Posted by "THE ADVOCATE" link=topic=1046.msg12250#msg12250 date=1316833860
    Blue Oval!!!!! Summit has a 9" tall TR for dual carbs $350!!!! FORD POWER!!!
    The problem is that that Blue Oval just sits on the garage floor!!! The T/R's just sit on the engine lift legs!!!
    Now theres an inside Joke! "Inside someones Garage" Sorry for the thread Jack! I bet a pair of 450cfm holleys on a TR for an Old would build lost of responsive, lower end, HP!
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