Discussion of the Early Dodge / DeSoto HEMIs.
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Just go down towards the bottom of the forum page and look for the TR Waters Early Hemi Parts forum!Gunny wrote:Do you have any more information on the 2 brl to 4 brl conversion? Hows about some contact information for Mr. Waters? Thanks Roland
Owner of the Poor Man's Hemi Cuda
I would kinda like to hear the flow characteristics on these converted intakes. Or maybe a few numbers from a dyno pull with a 2 bbl. intake, a 4 bbl. intake and a converted 2 to 4 bbl. intake. I have removed several 4 bbl. setups on street driven trucks and EVERY ONE had better throttle response, idle quality , and improved fuel mileage with the 2 bbl. I had a new 283/4 speed powered 65 Chevy II that I tried a 4 bbl., two 4 bbls, and 3 twos on and the stock setup worked best. A solid lifter 327 got rid of that problem. Blew the whole thing to pieces. I know the 4 bbl. is so GREAT looking and will under certain higher RPM conditions outperform its smaller counterpart , but even knowing that I can't stand the thought of such a wimpy piece on a mighty hemi . SO I am putting an Enderle injector hat and 8-71 on my street 392 that's going in my Anglia. Now we are talking!!!!!!!!! AMEN Buddy