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Old 04-15-2007, 10:07 AM
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like bowtie and i said use the hv 1000 then but i think the super is matched to a 1205 gasket and the dart 210 are the same. i could be wroung then use the brodix intake. the reg victor intake doesn't work all that well behind 400+ engines. i wouldn't use a vac sec carb either. what size cam is the motor running? the flow numbers for the heads?
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Old 04-15-2007, 06:54 PM
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i see what happened i was looking at the wrong pt # i was looking at teh super victor CNC which is much bigger
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Old 04-15-2007, 06:59 PM
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i no i'm brain dead but i have one sitting on the shelf getting dusty and the ports line up with 210 or bigger ports just fine.
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:17 AM
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#2825 Super Victor CNC 3500-8000 W1.31 H2.21
#2925 Super Victor 3500-8000 W1.20 H2.00
dart pro 1 aluminum 215cc W1.19 H2.15
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Old 04-16-2007, 04:04 AM
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i liked the super better. it will pobably 60 foot as good with some tuning. but i bought my 950 vacuum the first years i saw the hp series show up in speedwaymotors.com i tried a 950 dbl and slowed a tenth in qt but i didnt try tuning . it could be that a 950 dbl was too much but a 950 vacuum was good . maybe it would of liked a 850.
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Old 04-16-2007, 08:44 AM
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I think i'll go with the super victor and i'm gonna send my carb back to jegs since i only bought it last october they'll give me a refund and i'm either gonna buy pt# 778-67200 or 510-o-9379 and i'm gonna return teh wilsons spacer since it won't work on anything smaller than a 850 anyway.
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Old 05-07-2007, 05:13 AM
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got the super victor intake and bolted it on the heads I'll never buy a edelbrock intake again i think you get what you pay for if you want a nice race quality intake spend over 380 bucks get a nice one. the dividers are a little off center and the ports are to wide in some places. i once bought a trick flow intake for a 302 with afr heads and the ports lined up perfect no porting at all necessary
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Old 05-10-2007, 11:05 PM
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Sounds like the mold shifted and they just kept on casting, thats the problem with mass produced stuff their QC isnt all that good from time to time, I'd send it back and get my money back and go with a brodix hv 1000 or the dart pro 1 myself, they dont make nearly as many as ole Vic does so the QC ought to be way better.
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Old 05-11-2007, 02:56 AM
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I did a intake test on track a few years ago. Motor was a 434 SBC afr 227's with work, 670lift roller cam, eagle insides with je 14:1 comp. 950 apd alky carb.
I started with a out of the box pro-products intake that I just gasket matched here in the garage- I paid $150.00 i think for the intake new off ebay-
I then went to a super victor out of the box
and the last one I tried was a dart wilson out of the box.

Much to my suprise the cheap intake was worth a lot of et/mph over the super victor over a tenth was gained with the pro products over the SV intake. But like mentioned above you get what you pay for, the dart wilson was very clean nice intake for being out of the box, and it was another .05 faster then the pro products intake.

On my big block I baught a super victor tall deck, worst intake I've ever seen. My motor builder said the samething, it looked like mountains were growing inside it with all the extra metal.
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Old 06-24-2007, 06:26 PM
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I run the Super Victor port matched to AFR 227's with Holley HP1000 on a 409 cid SBC with a .630 roller. This is in a 3500 lb car w/driver running mid 1.30 - 60 ft. times and easy low 10's @ 130 plus 1/4 mile. Used to run the Vic Jr. and was just not enough on the big end.

Of course I never buy an off the shelf intake or heads without expecting to do some kind of port work.
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