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Old 04-14-2012, 04:16 PM   #1
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Opinions on intake porting.

Here is a photo of my heads with gasket and a photo of my intake with gasket. Should I leave it or port the intake to match the heads.
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:28 PM   #2
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If there off and you have the money I say go for it. I wouldn't recommend doing them if the engine its assembled and running but I'd you have the heads of for a rebuild then go for it. Don't expect a huge difference with porting alone tho...
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It's a fresh build, I just got done with installing a stroker kit (331) in the bottom.
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Port match the intake. It's definitely worth a few extra hp.
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Re: Opinions on intake porting.

Here's an article for you to peruse.

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Thanks everyone this should work out pretty good, after reading that article (thanks Trogan) since these are Elderbrock performer heads and performer intake.

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Thanks everyone this should work out pretty good, after reading that article (thanks Trojan) since these are Elderbrock performer heads and performer intake.
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Thanks everyone this should work out pretty good, after reading that article (thanks Trogan) since these are Elderbrock performer heads and performer intake.
Edelbrock makes good quality parts.
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