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Thanks Don, I'll try over there. Someone posted the same question about a year ago without any response.
Maybe I'll give Wayne at Very Cool Parts a call and see what he says.
 

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I do not know right now. I have done stack injection on them with short stacks and the 10° angle cut manifold. I think it would be close with the extra short stacks on the webers
 

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I think blue thunder makes the manifolds you guys need with the cerb flanges mounted at 45 degrees .I think they have a website. Bob
 

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Wayne,

Any for an FE TP yet????
 

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Thanks Wayne, I'll be calling you when I get to the induction part of the build. Not sure if it will be webers or stack efi.
In the end, is the stack efi setup cheaper than the webers?
 

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In the end, is the stack efi setup cheaper than the webers?
No. Stack is more expensive.

If you are going webers, be sure to use a short duration cam and low pressure (no regulator) style fuel pump. Redline Webers recomend the Carter low pressure fuel pump.

A cam with long duration does not work well with Webers. Webers (48IDA) perform better with a high lift, short duration cam and higher (10.0+) compression. 48IDF's are better for engines with lower compression and mild cams.

Bill
 
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