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To mod or, not to mod???

Discussion in 'General Dodge Truck Discussions' started by MoparsOnly, Oct 8, 2019.

  1. MoparsOnly

    MoparsOnlyThe snozberries taste like snozberries.

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    Hey, whats up to all. I have an Eddy air gap. I was thinking of doing the plenum divider notch or, maybe I shouldn't. Need feedback. The other problem Is I can't really get a handle on how deep or long It should be. Need more feedback. Thanks Ya'll
     
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    65 sportyWell-Known Member

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    We did one on a Performer RPM for a poncho once, I believe it was 3/4" deep and 3" long. I was a few years ago and the owner found the info on a poncho site or magazine.
     
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    LocuMobFluid Technician

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    I know I've come across that mod before, and yep, I can't remember what the numbers were. Supposed to balance flow or something?
     
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    • MoparsOnly

      MoparsOnlyThe snozberries taste like snozberries.

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      Thats exactly why I was thinking of doing it.
       
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      paul massaropomonamissel

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      i believe that was a thread on fabo or fbbo . co sites to this one . joey runs those as well .
       
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      MoparsOnlyThe snozberries taste like snozberries.

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      Yup I'm a member of FABO got a 70 duster with a demon tail panel. I just love the lights on the demon. It was basically a shell when I got It. Right now It's on a rotisserie at my buddies body shop. Putting a tremec 5spd with a sick 426 SB in front of it. She wont be done for some time. Already got a bunch of money tied up in the body and chassis mods alone. It's going to be a long and money filled road. Anyways I will look for the thread, thanks
       
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        paul massaropomonamissel

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        i like demon rear lamps best as well . had a 72 340 4spd 8 3/4 3.54 ls , for a drive , it was a car from your neck of usa . it had alot of rustout in it . but she ran great . it became a parts car quick , in fact it helped me get a 70 rt challenger 340 4spd 8 3/4 3.91 ls car , it has hit hard in the front . drive didn't not see the low cemented post , yes that one ended up as parts too . but they fixed up many others . can't keep them all , but i try . lol . still have a hoard of cars n pickups . and i just bought three more this year that are keepers . i'm sick , sick i tell you . and lov n it , LOL !
         
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          MoparsOnlyThe snozberries taste like snozberries.

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          But Its a good sick
           
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          Rusty JunkActive Member

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          Just run a open 1" poly spacer on the manifold if you have the clearance. I have to see were I hasn't been worth more than a few hp on a dual plane intake.
           
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