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How do you like it? I am trying to locate 3rd party test report on the BBK SSI intake. Only test results I have read so far came from BBK. I am looking at the Performer II or the BBK SSI intakes for my 347 stroker. Right now I am leaning towards the Performer II.
95 GT 347 Stroker
94 9C1 Caprise
53 M38A1 ******
Comes with its own fuel rails etc, I would probably get it, except i'm not sure if it fits under a stock '94-'95 hood. It looks good, and with the SSI-R upper gives a possibility for a high-rpm screamer or power-adder
1994 GT Vert
For Sale or Trade: 390 Long Block w/ forged pistons and rods unassembled. PM me if interested, $350obo, or looking to trade for perf. parts (intake, heads, exhaust) or wheels (mach 1, cobra)
i was going to run the bbk, the edelbrock performer 2 buts out better numbers for the same price, the only perk of the bbk is getting the fuel rails.. i love the performer 2 its great.. the look of the bbk is alot better, it all depends on what your looking for
2004 SVT COBRA Black 495RWHP 530RWTQ
2004 F250 SD CC Diesel Black on Black, lifted.....
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