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    Default Edelbrock Holden victor junior

    seems we now have a reasonably priced quality single plane manifold for vn headed plastic. $550 at prescision international....
    Ps- hope it's not old news!

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    Thanks. Knew about it but hadn't seen availability or price.

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    have they got a suitable one for early heads?

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    No. Closest would be the T/P single for $$$.

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    Edelbrock Holden Victor Junior



    Awesome, it might make other brands rethink pricing.

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    Good price $527... yeah this will definitely prompt a price restructure from the other makers...

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    yeah nice one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedTaxi View Post
    No. Closest would be the T/P single for $$$.
    They have Torkers.... Cheaper than a TP single for early heads

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    wouldn't be as good though?
    I guess if you are in this realm you probably should be going VN heads anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E B View Post
    wouldn't be as good though?
    I guess if you are in this realm you probably should be going VN heads anyway.
    Well, people have had great success with Torkers... Some want to keep the old school look too..

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    theyre not for Joe Average though.. like Actrol went 9's with one but he did all that work to it. most top builders will say give it to someone you hate.

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    The VN head brigade are spoilt for choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HQ308Ute View Post
    theyre not for Joe Average though.. like Actrol went 9's with one but he did all that work to it. most top builders will say give it to someone you hate.
    All the TOP builders won't touch them - why should their customers go quick/fast.
    Its always the cam selection that stuffs everything.
    And the 7500rpm end of world outlook.
    Look at Strugglers feat -
    Things need to be complimentary - NOT the BEST!

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    Just weighing in on the Torker debate......



    Here is an engine Gerry Cooper put together, 355 with early heads and a Torker with what looks like 3 or 4" of spacer. Made 555HP !

    I did see a couple of names I recognized from here in the comments.

    I would have thought Gerry would rank as one of the top builders ??
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    That's great power but those spacers are making that Torker think it's got a hell of a lot more plenum volume and height than it actually has.

    Gerry's certainly not to be dismissed when it comes to making power from Holden engines (or any for that matter), he's at the very pointy end but I doubt he'd do too much early iron head stuff with Torkers these days.
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