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Let's see your tunnel rams!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jay.S, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. Jay.S
    Joined: Feb 24, 2009
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    Hey all, i'm looking to put a t-ram on my chevy II. I would like to see some photos of your setups, and maybe a rap sheet to go with it. Thanks.
     
  2. lorodz
    Joined: Jul 26, 2009
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    here is mine ..
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    now i have went to a single tunnel ram with 1 850 holley .
     
  3. KidAgain
    Joined: Jan 4, 2009
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    Can ya tell us what differences you notice in the car between the two setups?
     
  4. Shaggy
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    Be a man, CROSSRAM!!!
     
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  5. captmullette
    Joined: Oct 15, 2009
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    this is mine, hope it runs good im going to drag race some........:confused:
     

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  6. Douglas B.
    Joined: Nov 18, 2008
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    Mine on a 327 in my '57 Chevy. It was a pain to tune at first, but once I got it right, it really moves the fuel. Big difference is at the track after 3000 R's. Looking forward to transplanting it onto the 377 that I'm building to replace the 327.
     

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  7. lorodz
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    i have noit switched it yet i just got it on monday ..been busy at work...will post the diffence as soon as possible
     
  8. Butch M
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    Here is mine...
     

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  9. I've got this one waiting in the wings

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  10. Axle34
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    Here's mine on a BBC, Edelbrock manifold, 2 600 cfm Holley's w/50cc accel pumps.
     

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  11. G'day, I guess I'm a man as I am going crossram. Purchased a Mickey Thompson BBC rectangular port off the Evilbay 5 minutes ago. Woo hoo. Gonna build me a big block oh boy oh boy.

    ms
     
  12. Jay.S
    Joined: Feb 24, 2009
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    Great so far guys! Do your T -rams see both street and track? I'm just wondering, because I'm only looking for street usage and not sure which brand and type to buy. Edelbrock 7110 or wieand 1984, anyone have any comments on this? And keep those pics coming!
     
  13. SmokinBill
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    Edelbrock with dual holley 450's
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    I like the edelbrock for the air gap in the plentum .... nice and open
     
  14. YoungGun
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    tr1y looks like the TR bill just posted (thats a 7110) but it has a oil fill tube hole..there good for the street but impossible to get!!! i want one so BAD for my 67 NOVA GASSER coupe ......cant locate one with a good price anyone have one???
     
  15. frankenfords
    Joined: Dec 3, 2009
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    Just showing off here, haven't actually run this one. Yet. Or the cross ram in my avatar.
     

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  16. The start of something CRAZY !!! >>>>.[​IMG]
     
  17. Brad54
    Joined: Apr 15, 2004
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    My stroker 283 (317ci) for my '57 Chevy "Widow Wagon" gasser.
    Pump gas, hydraulic roller, 1.94 double-hump heads, roller rockers, MSD distributor, zero-gap top rings, 660cfm center squirters with the choke towers milled off, and every parasitic drag-limiting trick I could think of.
    403hp @ 6,000rpm, 399 lb/ft @ 4,400rpm.

    -Brad
     

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  18. Pitbullgoingpostal
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  19. Here is the intake for the Project Wildthing, a 468 BBC, the carbs pictured were just for mockup, I also have a pair of 450 and am thinking of dual 660 center squirters, time will tell.
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  20. John in Oz
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    This the set up in my roadster, different eh. And works well, I must change the hose clamps the ones on there were just temporary 5 years ago hahaha.

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  21. Deuces
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    I have a Weiand 289-302 Ferd intake with twin chome plated Holley 600's. I modified the carbs by replacing the secondary springs with the stiff ones and adding the quick change covers that have the balance tube.... Can't wait to bolt it on my '91 5.0L roller motor with Trick-Flow T-W Heads.... Wish I could make the '85 Dura-Spark dizzy with a steel gear work with this intake....
     
  22. classicdreamer
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    1. A-D Truckers

    I am seeing some of you using older edlebrock tunnels on your sbc. I have both a older edlebrock and a new weiand. I bought the 327 with the edelbrock on it. Dual carbs were shot. Found a crazy deal on 2 more carbs, just they had a weiand tunnel attached. What tunnel would you use? Any difference in Flow?
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  23. Larry T
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  24. Deuces
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  25. memphisrain
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    Any tips/tricks to tuning these for street? I'm planning on running one on my 429 BBF. Also looking for advice on cam selection for a setup like this. I have a pair of 600 Edelbrocks, 11:1 compression, port and polish heads, etc...


    Thanks!
    mR
     
  26. daddy_o's_diner
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    My old '34 Hudson. I miss the old girl...
     

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  27. gasserjohn
    Joined: Nov 9, 2008
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    original instructions.....660 center squirt.....
    other article 450........
    had tunnel ram before released to public.....
    have been running one since 67...
    using 3barrels...a dominator ....2x 450's&660's
    made all work great <
     

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  28. ibcalaveras
    Joined: May 30, 2006
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    Here is a set-up my little brother has...
     

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  29. Deuces
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    from Michigan

    Your little brother rules!! :D
     
  30. Larry T
    Joined: Nov 24, 2004
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    I kinda like those too. This one is Offenhauser (like the one Deuces posted), but you have to know what you're looking at to tell the difference in it and the GM manifold.
    Larry T

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