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SBC intakes.

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Re: SBC intakes.

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Walter,

Which single plane intakes??

Thanks,

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pdq67 wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 10:21 am Walter,

Which single plane intakes??

Thanks,

pdq67
So we are building period-correct '80s hot rods now. Guess I should have seen that coming. :roll:
Holley 300-25 1975ish
Weiand 7525 around 1980ish
Victor Jr 1978ish
TM-1 1970-71
Torker 1973ish
Scorpion 1973-4
Holley 300-19 early 80's
Offy Porto-Sonic 1973ish
Torker II late eighties?
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building period-correct '80s
I think "collecting" may be a better description, for that bedroom stash.. :)

In my mind I'm always asking what is best NOW for my application and target goal.
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pastry_chef wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 12:49 pm
building period-correct '80s
I think "collecting" may be a better description, for that bedroom stash.. :)

In my mind I'm always asking what is best NOW for my application and target goal.
Sorry, didn't intend to mislead, that's not a list of intakes I own, I was trying to give PDQ the years some of the more commonly found intakes were first manufactured. If I listed my collection of scrap aluminum, it would be longer and more diverse. :lol:
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Laugh all you want, but I am enjoying myself and that is all that matters, now, isn't it?

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pdq67 wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 4:01 pm Laugh all you want, but I am enjoying myself and that is all that matters, now, isn't it?

pdq67
You asked for a list of sbc single planes that came out around the same time as the 300-36, and I gave you one, as well as adding the times that other intakes that had been mentioned in this thread were released. Not sure why you have a problem with having your question answered but I can't say I am surprised. Having seen your posts before on other forums, I was hesitant to respond, but figured I had the info you were looking for, so I would help out. It won't happen again.
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falcongeorge wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:21 pm
pdq67 wrote: Thu Jul 30, 2020 4:01 pm Laugh all you want, but I am enjoying myself and that is all that matters, now, isn't it?

pdq67
You asked for a list of sbc single planes that came out around the same time as the 300-36, and I gave you one, as well as adding the times that other intakes that had been mentioned in this thread were released. Not sure why you have a problem with having your question answered but I can't say I am surprised. Having seen your posts before on other forums, I was hesitant to respond, but figured I had the info you were looking for, so I would help out. It won't happen again.
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falcongeorge,

I'm sorry, please accept my apology.

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