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Old 08-14-2010, 10:32 PM   #1
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Trick Flow ?

I bought a used trick flow upper manifold TFS-SBF-EFI-3U.I think it's for a 351.Will it work with a trick flow 302 lower?
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Old 08-15-2010, 12:16 AM   #2
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Yeah the upper is the same thing for 5.0/5.8
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Cool thanks. Is the upper the same for a street heat & a track heat?
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Do you mean are they the same exact uppers?

No ... the street is for low end power from like 500- 5,500 & the track heat is for 1,500 - 6,500 power bands.
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I bought a used trick flow upper manifold TFS-SBF-EFI-3U.I think it's for a 351.Will it work with a trick flow 302 lower?
TFS-SBF-EFI-3U is a TFS R series upper, don't think it will fit Street or Track lower.
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Which R is that? There is a Box Type and Non Box Type. I would think the Non-Box Type R would bolt on to the 302 lower. I have read where the 1U=Street Heat, 2U= Track Heat, so if that holds true, I would think the 3U is the non-box type R series. No way for me to verify that though.
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