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Old 03-23-2010, 02:59 PM
erice8081 erice8081 is offline
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Default Victor 5.8l efi

I was just wondering what the over all height is of intake p/n 3887 and how it would compaire to the super victor 351w efi intake p/n 29245 with the high flow elbow. The engine is a 383w stroker with ported trick flow heads. Still picking out cam.
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Old 10-24-2011, 01:25 PM
CobraRGuy CobraRGuy is offline
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Hello,

I tried both the Victor and Super Victor EFI manifolds on my 429 CID 351W stroker. Neither manifold would flow the volume of air I needed to make 600HP normally aspirated. I finally just put a Victor Jr. single plane carb manifold and a 830 CFM Holley 4150 HP Race carb on it. Ran great right out of the box and all the HP I was ever looking for. This is a race carb and is not street friendly. Eventually I will upgrade to the same manifold with injector bungs, a 4-bbl throttle body and an EFI controller to manage everything. That is the main reason I joined these forums, to learn about what other people are using to fuel inject a large cubic inch 351W. Best of luck,

CobraRGuy
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Old 10-26-2011, 10:10 AM
CE_BRENT CE_BRENT is offline
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I'm surprised the Super Victor PN 29245 didn't work out. The runners are .50 sq in larger than the Victor Jr PN 2981. Were you running an elbow with the Super Victor test?
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Old 10-28-2012, 08:24 PM
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Question Acceptable for marine use?

I have a 1970 Donzi 18 2+3 "barrel-back" with an aged 5.8L EFI Volvo SX. I would like to replace the engine with one of Ford Racing's 427 aluminum crate engines and would like to keep the EFI. Is there a variant of the Victor EFI that meets Coast Guard specifications? Would this be a good application? I plan on de-tuning it with a marine hydraulic roller cam instead of the high-revving solid lifter roller cam that comes with it. The all aluminum engine is 130 lbs. lighter than the stock iron. The Volvo version has an ECU programmed to work without O2 sensor. Can you recommend someone that can tweak the ECU programming? I already have a double-wall stainless header for it.
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