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What intake for a T76 R-Block 331?

I'm shooting for 600-700rwhp. I'm going to use TEA TW 205's, a cammotion custom turbo cam, but I'm not sure on the intake. I'm looking at the TFS-R, The Victor 5.0 or maybe a super victor EFI with an elbow. What do you guys think?

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I forgot to mention that I want it to fit under a stock hood too. Will a super vic and an elbow fit?
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yes, most elbows are designed to put the TB in "stock location"
and there are some low profile and angled elbows available.

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I would run a spyder intake on that setup. It is very close to my setup and also my friends setup.

I have a 352 (302 based) 9:1, TEA TW 205's, custom small solid roller and a PTK turbo kit with a GTS 76mm and made almost 800RWHP through an AOD at 15psi. Drivibility is awesome and it should fit under a stock hood.

I would stay away from the Victor 5.0 and Trick Flow R intake. Also the super Victor has to high of an rpm range on a 331 from most setups. You will be happier with the Vic Jr IMO.
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I appreciate all the responses. Those are some awesome hp numbers.

stangjumper, why no victor 5.0 or tfs-r?
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I appreciate all the responses. Those are some awesome hp numbers.

stangjumper, why no victor 5.0 or tfs-r?
I wouldn't run a "long" runner intake on that setup. You don't need it with a turbo.

Also less weight with a carb style intake.

If you ever decided to run meth injection the long runner intakes aren't designed to run liquid through them. The carb style intake will really shine here.
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