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K I just got my engine broken in this week and I'm gonna slap my intake on after a harness swap. I've got a 306, flowmaster 40's, h pipe, no cats, and the intake I'll be putting on is a power performance (looks like the Edelbrock Performer) along with 70 mil bbk t-body w/bbk spacer, c&L 70 mil mass air, and a set of 24 lb injectors. I'm just looking for a ballpark figure on what I'll run at the track. Oh yeah, it's a stick too.
 

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you might want to be careful with that intake. i hear that the ports on it are very mismatched, and need alot of work before install. gasket matching, etc.

maybe save your money for a trickflow street heat?
 

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Already gasket matched to fel pro 1250's. Got it off a friend who had it on his car.
 

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well on with the install then! let me know how that sucker performs
 

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Discard all of the cork that came with your intake gasket set. Just run a bead of silicone from head to head, front and rear. I guess an intake will be my next mod on meangreen.
I know that on my '68 302, an Edelbrock Performer RPM made a big difference over the factory '85 5.0 HO aluminum 4V piece it replaced.
 
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