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if my cam works in the 2500-6500 rpm range,can i use a intake that works from idle-5500,or 1500-6500? i currently have a torker 2 on a bb chevy,it is a 2500-6500 rpm range manifold. i would like more low end power or is that my cam would not match a lower rpm manifold. thank you.
 

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Try the RPM Air Gap.They are great intakes.
FWIW,everyone I talked to recomended the Air Gap for my S.B.and the S.R. cam works from 2500 to 6500,acording to Comp.Cams. And I love it!
 

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Welcome to Team Chevelle....3 posts!

I'd only run a Torker II if I had clearance problems....
They have a strong midrange but are a bit lazy off-idle....
If your cam is 2500-up...get a Perf RPM...works as good as an RPM A-G.
The RPM family are good all-around performers coming in not much at all above idle.
 

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Performer RPM or RPM Airgap. My cam also works in the same 2500 to 6500 RPM range and my combo runs GREAT.
 
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