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Re: 440 intake decision [Re: Jerry] #2660905
05/31/19 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Jerry
performance wise you have 3 intakes that work the best and have been dynoed and track tested over and over again, Street dominator, M1 single plane and a edelbrock performer rpm. all will be within a hp or two of each other, all ran about the same quarter mile on the same car when tested back to back. now the m1 and the rpm are pretty tall. the street dominator is noticeably shorter than the others. so if you're worried about hood clearance the sd is the easy winner and keeps up performance with the other two. once you start getting more aggressive into the 650-700 hp range then you definitely want to switch intakes.


With my Performer RPM I had to use a 1/2" carb spacer instead of a 1" carb spacer like I originally wanted and a drop base air cleaner to get hood clearance on a '67 Satellite. So if the SD allows you to use a 1" carb spacer and an air cleaner that isn't drop base, maybe that gives you the performance edge?

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: mopower440] #2661125
06/01/19 08:38 AM
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Looking back, it does come off as possibly sarcasm, which I actually do from time to time. But I am serious. You have enough motor where an SD would be okay IMO. I personally would still prefer a dual plane, and you will give some up in the lower rpm range, but considering your constraints of TQ and flat hood, overall probably an okay choice.

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: BSB67] #2661132
06/01/19 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted by BSB67
Looking back, it does come off as possibly sarcasm, which I actually do from time to time. But I am serious. You have enough motor where an SD would be okay IMO. I personally would still prefer a dual plane, and you will give some up in the lower rpm range, but considering your constraints of TQ and flat hood, overall probably an okay choice.


cool. I went ahead and ordered the SD. I was thinking seriously about switching to a holley so i could use the performer RPM even though i know nothing about a holley., but figured i would try the SD and if not happy i could re-sell it and go the other route, but i have not heard any negatives about using the SD so will give it a try.

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: mopower440] #2661269
06/01/19 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by mopower440
Originally Posted by BSB67
Looking back, it does come off as possibly sarcasm, which I actually do from time to time. But I am serious. You have enough motor where an SD would be okay IMO. I personally would still prefer a dual plane, and you will give some up in the lower rpm range, but considering your constraints of TQ and flat hood, overall probably an okay choice.


cool. I went ahead and ordered the SD. I was thinking seriously about switching to a holley so i could use the performer RPM even though i know nothing about a holley., but figured i would try the SD and if not happy i could re-sell it and go the other route, but i have not heard any negatives about using the SD so will give it a try.
A wise chose, cause I don't think the performer RPM will fit under your Dart's flat hood with the RB 440.

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: BlueRacer69] #2661301
06/01/19 06:49 PM
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Holley Street Dominator! Mine fits under the stock hood and does a great job.

See sig for proof.


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Pump gas, n/a, through the mufflers on street tires with 3.54's
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Re: 440 intake decision [Re: GY3] #2661321
06/01/19 08:00 PM
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I also have the SD. Second car I have had one on. Both with eddy heads. My current engine dynode at 554.7 hp, 545 tq. Pretty sure it may have a little more in it. I was worried about height on my 71 as it has an airgrabber hood. I didn't use the original air cleaner, but still have it. Kevin

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Re: 440 intake decision [Re: sleddinfool] #2661349
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Originally Posted by sleddinfool
I also have the SD. Second car I have had one on. Both with eddy heads. My current engine dynode at 554.7 hp, 545 tq. Pretty sure it may have a little more in it. I was worried about height on my 71 as it has an airgrabber hood. I didn't use the original air cleaner, but still have it. Kevin


Port the intake. Bobby (Streetwize) did mine and it picked up a .10 in the quarter.


'63 Dodge 330
11.19 @ 121 mph
Pump gas, n/a, through the mufflers on street tires with 3.54's
10.69 @ 128mph with 150hp shot of nitrous

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: GY3] #2661357
06/01/19 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by GY3
Originally Posted by sleddinfool
I also have the SD. Second car I have had one on. Both with eddy heads. My current engine dynode at 554.7 hp, 545 tq. Pretty sure it may have a little more in it. I was worried about height on my 71 as it has an airgrabber hood. I didn't use the original air cleaner, but still have it. Kevin


Port the intake. Bobby (Streetwize) did mine and it picked up a .10 in the quarter.


I thought about that but the heads are not ported, so if the intake is bigger than the head ports, wont that cause interference with airflow?

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: mopower440] #2663838
06/08/19 07:30 PM
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I am so mad at myself i could bite a 440 in half right now! This whole intake deal, as i said, i really wanted a performer RPM but it would be too tall to fit under my flat hood and i didnt want to cut my hood. The hood WAS perfect, until today. I ended up getting the street dominator. I installed it today and i set the carb on top of the intake to make sure it would clear the hood. I lowered the hood and it hit the air cleaner stud and it put a dent in the damn hood! The dent sticks up about the size of that stud and of course it cracked the paint. Seems like every time i work on this car i screw something up. Just makes me sick!

Re: 440 intake decision [Re: mopower440] #2663994
06/09/19 11:14 AM
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I'm sorry to hear about your hood and understand about how these cars can torture us. Here's a picture of the hood of my 65 Corvette 30 miles after a complete 3 year frame off restoration. A acorn hit the hood and windshield so hard I ducked thinking it was going to break. I didn't even know it hit the hood since it hit the windshield so hard. I was afraid to get out and check the stainless trim thinking it might be damaged. It was only after being happy to see the trim wasn't damaged did I see the chip in the hood. My heart broke and I remember telling the gal that was with me "I guess God doesn't want me to have anything nice".

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