You may be refering to my car. First of all for those who say a tunnel ram is not practicle for the street-they are mostly wrong. I say mostly since it is true a TR with two dominators on 302 with mild cam is silly. A properly seleceted TR with healthy cam (not race cam), good heads, and proper carbs jetted accordingly will usually make more power (all over the power band-not just top end) than a single or dual plane manifold.
Look into the archives of HotRod magazine as they recently compared TRs to other intakes and even tried many different carb setups-all with dyno numbers.
There is also a car on the Total Control Products web site with a street driven TR here http://www.totalcontrolproducts.com/vehicles/65webb/index.html
I ran dual quads on a Ford small block a while ago. It looks absolutely killer, I still miss the looks.
However, in the midst of my restomod adiction, I determined that it was somewhat cumbersome to dial in.
I eventually ended up going with a single plane intake and carb and make more power now /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
Over the past several years I completed a full rotisserie restoration on a 1966 Mustang. It started out as a Sprint Six, but I converted to a V8. All parts of the car have been rebuilt, replaced, or upgraded. I am now at the stage of aligning the car and have ran into a problem and was hoping...
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My father has a 67 fastback and he is looking for a few trim pieces. He needs the two pieces in the picture for the drivers side in the rear. He has the passenger side. I can only find them in a kit online, but he does not need the other pieces. If anyone has them to sell, I...
I'm planning to do the Shelby drop and change the front springs as well as the rear leaf springs on my 66 coupe, 289. No A/C. Everything on my car is stock.
I want to measure the height and stance as it currently is. I quite like how it looks and don't want to alter it too much, lower...