Old 07-19-2021, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by padgett View Post
Back when I was autocrossing the V8 Sunbird (thutty yar ago) I was limited to one Rochester 2G. Found there had been some large ones for big block trailer towing packages think 1 3/8 flange. Closing on 400 cfm. Good tripower could flow over 1,000 cfm with proper stacks - little factory AC93s were only about 200 cfm (big cars got a big air cleaner, think I have one in the attic). Was also a 500 cfm Holly 2bb but that was right out.

Also do not forget that for the '67 QJ vs Trips test, Milt was under strict instructions which would be faster
How did the 500 cfm Holley compare with a modified Rochester?


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