The guys at Cad Company say that thier PCIII intake is a basically a ported Edelbrock 2115. What does "ported" mean. I know it may sound stupid but I don't know. Thanks.
The big reason is that Eddy just casts the intakes. Castings don't come out perfectly every time. They also want to sell to alot of people, so they want low prices.Sasquatch said:I don't understand why a manufacturer like Edelbrock would not already have all these bases covered.
davesdeville said:The 2115 is far from a stock replacement manifold. It's no Bulldog, but it's not just there to look pretty and save weight. When was the last time you saw a stock 500 hitting 5500rpm? The 2115 is a good piece for the price but it has distribution problems. Some cyls get more air/fuel than others. CadCo starts off with a 2115 and tries to correct this and to correct any casting problems like flash around the edges. I dunno how well they correct the issues or if it's worth it, but there you go...
Oops I forgot about that. We all know black is faster than silver, it absorbs more heat and uhh the fuel vaporizes more completely. Yeah that's it. :cookoo: :rofl:kjc said::tisk: They also paint it black! :rofl:
Switching out intakes isn't very hard or time consuming. it's just unbolting and re-bolting.Sasquatch said:Is anybody running either a 2115 or a PCIII? How was the change out from the stock intake? Difficult? Time involved? Make a big difference in performance?