Talk with Bob Bundy, I'm fairly certain that's what he did.
Well before I go that route, im gonna dick with this mani for another week or so. If I can get everything working proper then its gonna stay on. I saw the thread doppelbangerdry made and it seemed to work good for Bob so in time I might, more then likely try it
I would think that to get the intake to really work properly, you would need camshafts that have more lift and duration. You should not have one part that likes the upper end, and the other parts working on the lower end.
I would suspect that it hits pretty hard at 5000 rpm and runs out of breath quickly. You will get a longer pull if you had a cam that is working for you and not against you.
I tooled around with my timing a bit and my car is pulling the the beast it is
The manifold is now working out awesomely! I just need to adjust my fuel tuning a bit as im rich now in boost but its working like a champ now finally!
Update. Everything is running great still. Im looking at one of my data logs I just took now and my max boost is 16 psi so I know my boost gauge is off by one psi. Its nice though as im finally out of the nightmare that ive been in since the whole built engine thing started and failed....and failed..and failed.
The next step is to hit the dyno, tune a bit more and then finally, FINALLY move on to making the car look good. The widebody kit should be back from the molder by then end of this month so I should have mine by october and then ill get moving on getting it on and painted.
Well in true fashion, just as everything was going great for the first time in a long time...
As I was on my way last night to pick up a fuel rail at a friends shop, I went into boost and at 7300 rpm in full boost, I heard a MASSIVE BOOM under the car followed by all sorts of noises a car should never make followed by ever fluid that a car could produce. I was expended of every solid and fluid that my body could produce as well. Got the car towed and pulled the motor to find this. The piston seems like it shattered into a million pieces because there was barely a trace of it left when we cracked open the block.