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lukep6470 wrote
This is hilarious!!!

The Castle CH-96 headers are identical to the Pacemaker 4010 except the pacemakers are 1 1/2.

Now someone else has ripped the Castle 1 5/8 ones off in stainless for $449 on the bay!!!!

They are all using exactly the same description!!!

They will clear the RRS steering but probably not the AOD.


I wouldnt worry about the aod the bell housing is the same size at the engine worst case the collectors are close further back. just cut them and angle them out.


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Shaunp wrote

They wouldn't run stack injection and Webers on race cars if they were better off with a holley
Yeah the article I was reading I believe was just referring to max flow for max hp. Obviously the dyno graph lines would tell a much different story. I can see why ITB's would be great for instant throttle response in racing.


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Husky65 wrote
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They wouldn't run stack injection and Webers on race cars if they were better off with a holley
Yeah the article I was reading I believe was just referring to max flow for max hp. Obviously the dyno graph lines would tell a much different story. I can see why ITB's would be great for instant throttle response in racing.


More importantly they look and sound cool as fuck, even more so in a sleeper. To be honest if I can get 500+ at the flywheel I'll be happy but Ian reckons it will do some what better than that with a solid roller and some revs. I got a Dart block so I could rev it, and rev it I shall. They get a bit over 500 at the wheels in the Trans -am 351sbf/350sbc, with a rev limit of 7k on a DP carb, 11:1 comp 200cc unported heads, bowel blending and port matching a side so I'm looking to do something similar if I can.


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Pistons showed up, came with Mahle 1.5/3.5mm rings , I normally buy Total seal but these came in the deal. These pistons have 8.5cc dish which is exactly what I need for my compression goal. Got them from Skip White racing in Tennessee, he has them custom made. They are 2618 alloy










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Pretty! I saw skip white on ebay, well priced and shipping is not bad also. Had some fairly priced stroker kits there


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347 and toploader are in


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Is that the pro-comp setup? How does the quality look?


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yes and it looks fine by me. If new I would buy center fuel rails but it is so sexy. Time to wire it up.


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Might be able to spin the TB's 180 degrees and make it work somehow?


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Need to find some shorter Rams they are a little tall at the front.


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hybrid wrote
Is that the pro-comp setup? How does the quality look?


Seems fine given I only paid like $650 for it as well on Ebay


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Yeah they are higher than I was expecting.
Can't cut them off and weld them back on to the flange a little lower?


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Keep in mind the cold air box needs half the diameter of the tubes, above them, to flow properly, that will also take up room.


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Looks really cool.

Quick question. Do you know how I can tell you're a QLD'er?


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