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Old 01-09-2010, 12:10 PM   #1
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Default guys with super victor intake step in

I want to see dyno sheets for super victor cars specially above 7000rpm
i have stroked motor and I'm thinking to switch the 90 Fast to super victor so i can spin the motor to 7400
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Old 01-09-2010, 04:48 PM   #2
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any body ??
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If you are looking for the max power you need to use the victor jr without elbow !
I recommend to use 1000 cfm TB ( 4 bbl ) with scope in your hood

my friend has done an A4 GTO 383cid with carb setup without an elbow and he put down 520 rwhp with small headers

elbow is a restrection .. there is a member here from Kuwait have 408 with ls1 intake and put down 460 rwhp .. and after the victor jr with an elbow it made 430 rwhp !! .. 30 hp less than ls1 intake !

Put in mind that the cam specs can play alot in this setup
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:04 AM   #4
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sure i will use a 4 bbl tb with a hood scoop
but i want to see dyno sheets for the top end rpm 7000+
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If you gonna do it with 4 bbl TB then do it without looking to dyno sheet

I hope to see those aggressive numbers with an M6 like 560 rwhp .. good luck
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:12 AM   #6
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i don't think it will reach 560 i hope it will reach 530 because my heads ( Patriot stage 2 )
are killing me at this point
but i hope the curve will not drop after 7000+
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If wanna sold them , my friend is looking for some

get some CNC LS3 Heads and you will be there with lower price
Omar 408 running those CNC LS3 Heads
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Is your current Fast 90 outta-the-box or ported?
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Old 01-10-2010, 03:44 PM   #9
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Is your current Fast 90 outta-the-box or ported?
outta-the-box
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Super victor is a much higher flowing intake than the victor jr.
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Super victor is a much higher flowing intake than the victor jr.
Yes it is
and i will go for the ported version with 1000cfm 4bbl throttle body
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1000 cfm throttle body will be choking the setup. A 90mm fast throttle body flows around 1200-1300 cfm.
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i don't think our heads need 1300 cfm
could any body correct me if I'm wrong but i think our heads flow nearly 320 cfm
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i would like to see some results with the super vic, ill be running one on my hydraulic setup, 364ci, TFS 235s, 14to1
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i don't think our heads need 1300 cfm
could any body correct me if I'm wrong but i think our heads flow nearly 320 cfm
A stock ported 78mm throttle body can flow 700-800 cfm. Most cars can benefit from a larger 90mm throttle body. Hey man if you don't think you need a 1300 cfm throttle body I doubt you need a super victor. Not sure what qualifications or evidence you have to back this theory up. Keep in mind the cam requirements for a carb style intake are much different than our OEM style intakes.
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aer you hoping to make power above 7k with this setup?

LQ9 408 11.2 CR full ARP | Patriot LS6 stage 2 | 239/242 .651 .615 114+2

if so...as said in taken....good luck.
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I should have an answer next week. My car is a 427ci with Super victor,custom elbow that flows stupid high #'s and a 105mm TB.
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aer you hoping to make power above 7k with this setup?

LQ9 408 11.2 CR full ARP | Patriot LS6 stage 2 | 239/242 .651 .615 114+2

if so...as said in taken....good luck.
I called Patrick G regarding the cam and the whole combination he told me it will work and will net some thing between 30-40 whp
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that cam is nowhere close to what is needed for a single plane intake. a factory style intake and a single plane require different valve timing events. i think that is what s346k is trying to say.
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i know its not the best cam for single plane intake but as he said it will still work and gain a good power
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