I have been trying to find specs on this Weiand intake

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I have been trying to find specs on this Weiand intake

Post by comet » Sat Feb 03, 2007 7:07 pm

Looking at this for my 392, but Weiand doesn't have a site and I can't find any more info than on the Hot Heads site. Anyone running one of these? How do you like it?
http://www.hothemiheads.com/intake_mani ... e_2x4.html

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Post by TrWaters » Sat Feb 03, 2007 7:38 pm

Early hemi to late sb Mopar trans adapters. Precision billet parts for early hemis.

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Post by Bailiesdad » Sat Feb 03, 2007 8:00 pm

What specs are you tring to find?

The 7623 is lighter, has straighter and larger ports, and fits all Chrysler early Hemi combos nicely. Jegs Summit or Dale Welch sell them for about 300 bucks.

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Post by 392heminut » Mon Feb 05, 2007 11:30 am

I ran one on my 392 with 2 Edelbrock 600's for a while. It looked great, but ran 2 tenths slower at the dragstrip than my Hot Heads single four bbl. manifold with a Holley 750 vac. sec. carb. I went back to the single four setup and sold the dual four setup on Ebay.
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Post by hemi4t » Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:18 pm

I am running one now and it performs well. I'm using two 600 cfm eldebrock carbs with progressive linkage. It has good response from idle up.

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Post by vintage dirt » Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:02 pm

I am running one of these on my .030 over 331 '54 hemi with 12.5 pistons, roller cam and a magneto in my dirt track car. I've got two adaptors and am running two big Rochedter 2GC carbs and everything works well, I don't think this is what you need, but I thought I'd chime in.

Denny

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Post by Bailiesdad » Wed Feb 07, 2007 7:47 am

"12.5 pistons, roller cam and a magneto" with "running two big Rochedter 2GC carbs" neat, next is more compression and Hilborn? :D

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Post by vintage dirt » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:58 am

Injection is a no-no with the group I run with. Quite frankly, looking good is more important where we are. We really don't want to destroy these historic old cars. I hit the wall three years ago and it wasn't a pretty sight.

Denny

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Post by Moparlee » Thu Feb 08, 2007 6:46 am

Vintage dirt, got pictures?

Lee
392 Hemi
354 cracked and needs a sleeve
241 or 270 the only running one I have
340/E-brock heads/six-pack/4-speed/mini tubed/spool-64 Valiant

vintage dirt

Post by vintage dirt » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:48 pm

Lee,

I've got them my computer at work; I'll get them and post them tomorrow. Thanks for the interest; I was starting to think this forum was dead. (I am also on the Flathead V8 forum, and they get about 7 new entries a day.) Nice to see someone is interested. When I go to races in the hinterlands, I get lots of comments that it's a "flathead Ford' (see, the plugs are in the middle of the heads"). Oh well, it's my cross to bear, and there are some people out there that know what's up and appreciate the car.

Denny

comet

Post by comet » Thu Feb 08, 2007 11:40 pm

Thanks for the info. guys. 392Heminut, that is interesting. This would be going in a Model A styled in the late 50's/early 60's. While I do want to run it at the track, most of the time it will be cruising or sitting looking pretty. I've read lots about the single four being a better performer, but I can deal with a 2 tenths loss since it's not going to be a drag racer first and foremost. That's why I'm looking for dual quads. I thought about a multi carb/Stromberg set up, but decided against it for a few reasons.

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Post by Bailiesdad » Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:04 am

"I get lots of comments that it's a "flathead Ford' " I would think it was an Aurburn conversion, for the econo minded....... :P

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Post by Moparlee » Fri Feb 09, 2007 8:24 am

vintage dirt wrote:Lee,

I've got them my computer at work; I'll get them and post them tomorrow. Thanks for the interest; I was starting to think this forum was dead. (I am also on the Flathead V8 forum, and they get about 7 new entries a day.) Nice to see someone is interested. When I go to races in the hinterlands, I get lots of comments that it's a "flathead Ford' (see, the plugs are in the middle of the heads"). Oh well, it's my cross to bear, and there are some people out there that know what's up and appreciate the car.

Denny
I hate to say it but this site is kind of dead comparied to moparts, forabodiesonly, and bigblock.com. I'm an early Hemi person so I look her a lot to see if anything is new and post some times. I really don't have any experience in these motors yet, but...........one of these days.

Lee
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354 cracked and needs a sleeve
241 or 270 the only running one I have
340/E-brock heads/six-pack/4-speed/mini tubed/spool-64 Valiant

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Post by Bailiesdad » Fri Feb 09, 2007 9:48 am

"this site is kind of dead comparied to moparts"

If someone weeded all the nonsense that site would be 15-20% of its current post level.

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Post by hemidup » Fri Feb 09, 2007 6:52 pm

I love this site because everyone is up front and honest without the BS. It's slow and easy going. Suit's my still anyway. :wink:
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Post by 392heminut » Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:12 pm

Bailiesdad wrote:"this site is kind of dead comparied to moparts"

If someone weeded all the nonsense that site would be 15-20% of its current post level.
Boy, ain't THAT the truth! :roll:
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