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  • #31
    The 90* elbow that I used has a small air inlet on the side. It just happens to fit the intake air temperature sensor great. I stuck a clamp on it just to hold it tight.
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    • #32
      The elbow shown above is 4.25" x 4"
      aFe Tubing Couplers 59-00113

      https://www.summitracing.com/parts/afe-59-00113

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      • #33
        Thanks...for the info , iam sure it will help someone....
        Don't get too caught up in the numbers.
        Just give the Engine what it wants &
        Let the numbers be what they are.

        Jim McFarland....

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        • #34
          it did me thanks to the post of parts i got mine done. the 90 deg elbow took 45 days to show up.

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          • #35
            I'm glad to hear that it helped. That was my hope for posting all of this.

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            • #36
              I hear you on the busy time of year. Very glad you got it up and running! Hopefully you can hit the streets pretty soon and really give it a test. I figured I would come thru the core support, but was unsure where I'd wind up mounting the filter. Let us know how the filter does. I think it will be okay there...inner fender will block most moisture and junk kicked up.

              I've got injectors for the truck showing up tonight...once I can stab the motor back in I will get back on the cars. So many parts just sitting around, lol.

              Fwiw, ProCharger is what I would be going with...Still 40/60 for forced induction vs a big cam stroker.

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              • #37
                I am looking at a wet nitrous setup. (my friend has a new setup that is cheap) Is there a good way to retard the timing when the nitrous sprays? I am running the timing control setup with edelbrock distributor that comes with the kit. Thanks for any help.

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                • #38
                  Take to the TOP
                  Don't get too caught up in the numbers.
                  Just give the Engine what it wants &
                  Let the numbers be what they are.

                  Jim McFarland....

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                  • #39
                    I am enjoying the Pro Flo 4 setup. It is simple and works great. I have a wet nitrous setup that will go on one day when I have enough time.

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                    • #40
                      Garner7555 Awesome build!! I have a big block Mopar sitting in the garage. I thought about building it and putting it my Duster, but I think I'll stick to the small block for now. Too bad Edelbrock didn't make and XT setup for the small block.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by joeinsocal View Post
                        Garner7555 Awesome build!! I have a big block Mopar sitting in the garage. I thought about building it and putting it my Duster, but I think I'll stick to the small block for now. Too bad Edelbrock didn't make and XT setup for the small block.
                        Thank you. I am really enjoying the car. Now I just need overdrive. There is always something that needs changing.

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                        • #42
                          I love my set up too!!!
                          70 Dodge Charger R/T 540 Pro-Flo 4 Fed
                          70 Dodge Coronet Wagon 360 soon to be Pro-Flo 4 fed.

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