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edelbrock victor x vs skunk2 pro

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by eg sir, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. eg sir

    eg sir New Member

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    i have a 84mm bottom end with 12 5 1 compresion cp, skunk2 pro 2 cams with a gsr head, and you know all the other stuff now i have a skunk2 pro. and i put 225whp i want to brake the 230 is the edelbrock will help me and a bigger tb? mine is a 65mm tb? please i need help thanks........
     
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    ive heard that the victor x is better for forced induction applications because of the short runner length. im assuming itd work well for all motor too, thats what id go with..
     
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    have the Skunk2 port matched.. Skunk2 is better for allmotor
     
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    Agreed. I would go with the Skunk2 if it was me...
     
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    someone has graph for the diference cause some people told me the victor x will help me on the top end alot better? that is what i have told
     
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    the edelbrock is better for boost... skunk2, all motor
     
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    The Skunk2 would be better for high RPM use because of the long runners. The Edelbrock would yeild more low range power because of the short runners. This would all carry over with boost. The Skunk2 would be more well suited to a high RPM motor vs. the Edelbrock.
     
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