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boofhead
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Yep - lots of examples that its hard to go to big especially with EFI...


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Boof, I have a Edelbrock TriYX with extension riser waiting in the wings for the right application. Now that will mean two 1050 dominators unless I tape over the rear opening- with gaffa tape of course (the red woven one).


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Laughing Nice - would be good minus the gaffer tape for the right application though dual 1050 dominators is sure on the large size. I am sure a nice 650 on an RPM manifold would be lovely on the Monaro.


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Ausjacko wrote
with gaffa tape of course (the red woven one).


Is that so it will match your red paint job?


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Ford ran a 1050 on the phase 3 for Moffat for 72 and pretty sure Bud Moore's trans am Mustangs ran them as well...


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Pete, that was actually serious. What's up?


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