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Free TrickFlow intake flow testing to anyone in my local area that buys one.
I probably should have worded that better. To the FIRST person locally that has a new small block TrickFlow intake manifold and wants it flow tested.
Just curious, but what makes you say that?
not a betting man but if I was I would lay a bunch of money on the TrickFlow intake outflowing the Super Victor out of the box. And I’m betting by quite a bit. It looks nicer than a Victor340 and I’m in love with them But they need a touch up too.
Do you have a SV you could compare the TF to when you get one?
I have a Super Victor I ported and ran 9.74 with it on my Edelbrock headed 408. I won’t be rushing out to buy one because I have two Indy intakes (one modified for my Edelbrock heads) a Super Victor, and a Victor340.
I really meant if somebody sends you one. It would be interesting to see the 340. SV and TF compared. Now if we could get them to make one with a Magnum bolt pattern, or even with the ability to bolt on fuel rails that would be killer.
I don’t have any virgin intakes here except my sons new Speedmaster intake and it’s getting modified very soon.
The runners and overall height. As Pittsburghracer noted, I’d bet with him on the OOTB condition. That’s it.
As promised I took some pictures of a Fel-Pro gasket on the intake
Seems to me the quality of this intake is nice. I like how close the port on the intake matches the gasket already.
How much better do you guys think this intake would be over an OOTB Victor 340?
Thank you very much! It seems to be good quality. Lookin´forward to some real world testing Michael
Apparently the Fed Ex truck caught a tail wind and delivered the TF intake today. now waiting for the UPS truck to deliver the new battery for my ring filer....
Great info , I noticed [TF] paperwork in Summit brand billet timing chain sets also.
Trick flow doesn't cnc their intakes, would be cool
Thanks for the info. I didn't know that.
If it is done right, they shouldn’t have to. To CNC anything is just more time consumed and money spent that rolls onto our shoulders instead of selling a good as cast part to begin with that would be cheaper than adding the cost of the CNC process.
their response sounds promising.
Wow, the ports actually line up OOTB...I have never had an Edelbrock intake line up like that OOTB, they always needed quite a bit of work with a grinder. Looks good.
That's the difference between a company that cares more about if it fits in the box or a company that places a quality product inside a box.
John.. how do you think that trick flow would work compared to a Victor 340 on a typical eddie stroker bracket motor... both out of the box
Out of the box I’m going to take a guess and say TrickFlow only because someone posted a picture and intake gasket alignment looked great.