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just wondering if there would be any advantage to swapping out my performer rpm for a victor jr.

im running a 302 bored .40 over trickflow track heat 170 58cc heads. 1.6 roller rockers isky solid lifter cam with 240 duration at half on exhaust and intake .512 lift 108 lsa rpm performer holley 600 dp. on a c4 3000 stall and 4.11 gears
 

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I took my Victor Jr off because of local drivability. Hammering it from a dead standstill it was great. Driving it on the street sucked. Went with the dual plane Air Gap
 

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Keep the RPM. I've read lots of comparisions on the two and unless you're looking at high RPM performance only (drag race, circle track, etc.), the Performer is the way to go. Even at that you're only talking a few HP difference between them and on the street where you need a broad range of power the RPM will out perform the Vic Jr. in most applications.

John
 
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