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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jun 5th, 02, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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I am about to send out my Victor Jr intake and have a few question..

#1)The flange where the carb bolts to appears to be inclined toward the front of the car is this normal..

#2)On my Torker manifold Now I Have the manifold drilled for manifold vacuum to my Vacuum advance...Ther is no such output on my Victor Jr...Would I loose any Vacuum pressure if I were to T off the line that goes to my TH400...Or should I drill and tap the Victor Jr for manifold Vacuum??

#3)Anyone know how many Manifold Vacuum ports are on a Edelbrock

#4)And last anyone ever had one of these Victor Jr Jet coated...Seems like it would be dificult for them to polish all the crevices..

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1. I thought mine was pretty level but having it slant to the front is pretty common and no problem since it counter-acts the engine slanting towards the rear in most vehicles.

2. I drilled and tapped my own fitting but I don't see a problem teeing it to that either.

3. Four I believe; one front/rear for pcv or power brakes (large nipple). One small for ported vacuum and one small for manifold vacuum.

4. I had mine polished first, then powder-coated and it looked very good. If you don't have it polished first, it will look rough due to the bumps on the casting.

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The carb flange tilt is normal on a Victor Jr., a lot of race manifolds have that to keep the carb level during launch. On my Vic Jr. I pull vacuum from the carb itself- the vacuum advance from the ported vacuum on the side of the carb and the trans vacuum from the carb base at the rear. This is on a Holley 650.
Any good polishing shop should be able to do a Victor, I've seen plenty of them polished. Just remember you have to keep that sucker clean once you polish it!

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