i'm using a 2V funnelweb in my zh fairlane and am pretty happy with it. couple people tell me that I'd be better off with a x-cellerator, but the funnelweb works heaps better than the cast iron 4bbl lump that ford used, so it's staying.. the only downside is the height of the damn thing, pretty much tell you that you wont be able to get the bonnet to close without cutting a hole in it. what part of oz are you in anyway?
would this manifold be a good step up from a edelbrock 2 plane on a 9:1 comp. mild street motor? Or would I need more comp/cam to take advantage of this. I bet it would not do too good below 1500-2000 RPM, right? Also, on the Aussie 2V heads, are the headers/mainfolds interchangeable between the us version? I currently have US stuff and was thinking of swaping to aussie, but I do not want to look for a set of headders and an intake for thoes heads.
Funnelweb is a serious manifold. I met a guy here in sydney who has a 2v version and his engine was rubbish beneath 3000rpm. all clevo stuff is interchangeable barring headers. Putting a 4v manifold on 2v heads presents a minor problem as the 4v ports are so much bigger than 2v so airflow is disturbed.