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Edelbrock RPM or Vic Jr. depending on cam/application. And a 750 will work fine, just get something with good boosters, not some crap old school Holley, but something newer like a Demon, Quick Fuel etc.
Who cares how much horsepower it has, all that matters is how fast it goes!
Untested 331, lots of suspension, chewing up corners.
Personally I think the 750 is too big also. I also think that the Victor Jr intake is too big for the 302 also. I would go with Edelbrock performer rpm and a holley 650 double pumper. Nice and simple but effective. Its very easy to overcarburete
i had a coupe that had the same set that you have and i ran a weiand x-celeator and a holley 650 dp. the car went low 12s durring the hot summers in az. its was a great combo.
stock 86 bottom end with 210k, e303 cam, e7 heads with 1.6 rollor rockers, victor 50 intake, 19 lb injectors, kirban adj regulator, 75mm tb, 76 mm air meter, mac cold air, electric fan, stock pressure plate with mcleod disc, 3.73 gears,qa1 kmember w coil overs, stock rear controll arms, and 26x11.50 et streets, 11.56 @ 121 on a 125 shot, 12.65 on motor
new motor gt40p heads,hurricane, carb236,232 and 565,545lift cammotion cam 150 wet kit11.26 @125, on motor 12.17 @ 112
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