Shammoo is getting into the 21st century!
They're fairly new as far as I can tell but I've heard good things about them. Everything looks very well made from the hardware to the wire harnesses. I should have the old tpi removed shortly and get the motor all cleaned up and ready for the swap. She has been sitting for quite a while and desperately need some TLC.That looks like fun!
I haven't heard of that brand before...
You should be good with the Warrior intake. Another issue you will have is the distributor. You may find it necessary to either install the intake and distributor as a unit, or bore the hole out for the OEM distributor, if you can use it. Check with the manufacturer about the type of distributor you can use. The OEM unit is a HEI, but can be incompatible with some TBI units (Holley Sniper for one). The white wire at the coil input is the tach wire.
I definitely need more than that. I want as many cfm as I can get. One less thing to deal with when troubleshooting... I'm hoping to see close to 500hp when all is said and done but I'll settle for what I can get.The Caddy intake is designed for a 2 bbl TBI, and probably not flow enough for the above unit. My shorty is about the same dimensions as the Caddy, and is only good to about 250-300 HP.
I may have found the solution to the height issue and the lack of airflow. This unit will pass 1400 cfm and is available in a 180,135, and 120 degree configuration. Too much is just right!Pro Charger makes one, and I believe Holley, and Spectre do as well. Engine Masters did a comparison, and other than the low profile, all of the constant diameter elbows worked about the same, as long as the hat was aimed toward the front.
That he does! Truly invaluable to say the least. I've learned more in the last 24 hrs than in the last 3 months.I always loved the look of the TPI intake. They are great for low rpm torque but fall short once the revs build.
That new system should work great and probably improve top end power.
Fred has a lot of great info and ideas.