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What would be the best carbed intake for this combo: 331, Trick Flow 11R190 heads, 11.0-1 compression, 239/248/.600/.600/110 sep cam, 750 carb, 1 3/4 longtubes, 5-speed, 4.30's, #3150 w/driver. Thanks!
 

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In my opinion its hard to beat a vic. jr., so id say that or an rpm air gap
 

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For all around power on a street car, Performer RPM
For a high rpm application a minimum of Victor Jr.
 
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For that combo you are beyond an RPM air gap. IMO your almost beyond a vic jr. A super vic or TFS R would be a better match with the compression, cam and especially the 4:30 gears
 

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Ford Performance 397-M-9424-D302 will save a little cash over a Victor Jr ( same intake)
, but agree Super Victor may be better
 

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XS, I was trying to find the port dimensions of your trick flows. No luck there. I bet Ed knows the answer to your question. Pretty health cam for a 331
 

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XS, I was trying to find the port dimensions of your trick flows. No luck there. I bet Ed knows the answer to your question. Pretty health cam for a 331
 

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Whatever happened to the single plane intake from AFR? I was very curious to see results from that one.

Some people might find it interesting that a PFW had peak torque 300 rpm lower than a Vic Jr on my little 289. Pay attention to runner length. I believe the super victor has longer runners than the Jr. if my memory is correct the “size” of the intake may be deceiving to its appropriate use.
 
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