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Old 10-18-2011, 02:47 PM   #1
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Putting together new 302 for my car and got this victor jr efi spyder intake for cheap . Is anyone running this and if so how do you like it.
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Putting together new 302 for my car and got this victor jr efi spyder intake for cheap . Is anyone running this and if so how do you like it.
That's a great set up for a highly modified or supercharged 302.
If you are mildly modified and primarily street driven you may not be able to benefit from its capabilities and you may have some low speed drivability issues.
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Thanks had another question rebuilding this block and took one of the heads off nd saw these pistons with .040 stamped in them does that mean it's been bored .040 over?
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Thanks had another question rebuilding this block and took one of the heads off nd saw these pistons with .040 stamped in them does that mean it's been bored .040 over?
Yes, most likely so.
That's .010 over what Ford recommends so if it needs boring you will have to have a new block.
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If you decide to not use the EFI Spyder intake, I might be interested if you decide to sell it. I did some research and I think it will work well with my SC.

Do you know if it is the Edelbrock or Hurricane Spyder?
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