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Heck Matt, if I am understanding you correctly..... I run one.....sort of..... 21st century -163....


WHT, that thing get too close to a blast furnace and get a "twist"!? Whoa.... some sort of "street version" with Chrysler 300 length runenrs?
 

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What is it ?
It's called a Torklink intake, I have one hanging on the wall. I sold my other one as it had smaller ports and runners than this one did. Got some good money for that one, guy drove 300miles and gave me $500 for it but the thing was new in the box.
 

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Heck Matt, if I am understanding you correctly..... I run one.....sort of..... 21st century -163....


WHT, that thing get too close to a blast furnace and get a "twist"!? Whoa.... some sort of "street version" with Chrysler 300 length runenrs?
That too is a damn good intake and you can run it one a sq. port head if you like as seem by the taller flange at the intake ports.
 

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Member who also posted abot the torklink?
One you have has the larger runners? Would you consider letting go of it?
Also looking for a nice 300-36.

Imagine a BB version of that torklink...huge tork. Cool lookin' piece
Like the idea of a 2 pc dual plane for porting. Often thought of that, how to do it?

Bet GM or AFR would be capable of making it.
 

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It's called a Torklink intake, I have one hanging on the wall. I sold my other one as it had smaller ports and runners than this one did. Got some good money for that one, guy drove 300miles and gave me $500 for it but the thing was new in the box.
Did ya ever use it? It’s a dual plane rt?
Take it down off the wall and blow the dust off it and take some pictures of it!
 

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Did ya ever use it? It’s a dual plane rt?
Take it down off the wall and blow the dust off it and take some pictures of it!
It's kind of a dual/single plane intake. One side feeds the even cyls. and the other side feeds the odd cyls. Let me look I might have some pictures already. It does have the divider cut down as it was made for top end circle track stuff so I made a divider out of aluminum with a 1" spacer to test. Just never got around to it using it.
 

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WHT, that thing get too close to a blast furnace and get a "twist"!? Whoa.... some sort of "street version" with Chrysler 300 length runenrs?

It's a single plain crossram:)
 

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Yes Brodix owner needed one for his Camaro so had it made LOL, I'd like to try one, IIRC Road Roamer has one? his engine builder did a vid on the low Brodix intake, HV 2016 & HV 2017 5.175 tall I'm not sure these are the New one's though, it's from Brodix website, also looks like either No divider or not much of one is better for a dual plane, I've cut them down 3/8"-1/2" just from reading it's better
 

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I had a 70 Nova with a 375hp 396 BBC with the pancake intake with a 780 Holley on the car and it went so-so. I swapped a guy that intake for areal L-88 cut down divider 093 intake manifold. My friends all said it would not fit under the hood, it did and that intake really woke up that 396. Sadly I traded the 093 for a Eddy TM2-R single plane intake thinking I'd make more power, boy was I wrong on that one. What a mistake that was.
 
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