Generation III Internal Engine - Pro flo XT (any sheetmetal style) and cam selection
04-30-2012, 11:03 AM
I just bought a Pro Flo. One of the reasons I chose the Pro flo was because I am going turbo in a few years and I also believe it will work well with my current set up. I know that when running a victor jr it is better to run a tighter LSA, like a 108-110. My question is, does this hold true for a sheet metal style intake like the Pro Flo xt and the new Holley l92 intake?
05-01-2012, 06:13 AM
I'm running the proflo xt on my GTO and live it....only problem is how tall it is...I had to cut the hood and add a small scoop.
It is on top of my 408 with a 255/263 .624/.624 115lsa cam with excellent idle end pulls all the way to my 8,000 fuel cut off.
I actually couldn't believe how broad the power range was, so I dont see why you couldn't go a lot tighter on lsa and still perform great.
05-01-2012, 07:20 AM
What kind of power did you make with your set up?
05-01-2012, 08:14 AM
All street tune and never been on a dyno, but I can easily spank a sportbike :)
05-01-2012, 08:18 AM
Also with the cam I'm running I have 12.5:1 compression (8.22:1 dcr).
I was every impressed with the price vs performance of this intake....when I bought mine it was only $365 through Summit racing, but I was looking the other day and saw the price was uproar around $550 now....still worth it in my opinion
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