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Re: Manifold , carb upgrade



As for the exhaust,and since you want to cruise,get a set of HP manifolds and make the front pipe adaptable to the HP manifolds.You need a dual plane intake and a 600cfm ,to cruise and have some performance in the city and highway.At the same time convert to electronic ignition and have the distributor re-curved for better performance so you don,t need the vacuum advance and have a total timing of 32-28 degrees,and when this is done,really enjoy the car,mrmopartech​
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On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 1:50 PM, <62-65-mail-list-club@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I would suggest to put on the TTI exhaust system that you already bought then go from there to decide. That better
exhaust excape could wake up the engine enough to satisfy you. (The 4BBL mainly comes into play with the pedal to
the metal, but better flowing exhaust is  working 100% of the time.)

Thanks,
Gary H.


>  -------Original Message-------

>  I have a 64 sport fury 361 2 barrel, single exhaust auto, Its a
>  survivor car as I have been in the survivor tents at major shows. My
>  questions is , I would like to change the exhaust to dual (TTI) which
>  I already bought. And upgrade the manifold and carb to 383 components.
>  ( 3611S Carb) As this way it would still look stock. Driving it with
>  the 2 barrel really doesn't make it a exciting drive. I also have a
>  Mopar alum. manifold I can use also with maybe a holly carb. Would any
>  of these be too much for the cam that's in there now. (stock) I'm
>  going to Carlisle so possible I could find these parts. Thanks and
>  would really like to here your input, I'm on the fence. John Wask...


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