Some of them, anyway. This report is a follow-up to our March tech article on intake manifold flow-testing. Further testing has provided more information, clarifying some of our original theories and blowing some others out of the water. Our tests are based on flowbench, dyno, and dragstrip results. One mistake that we have seen is how much the intake manifolds have been misunderstood, left out or relegated to an afterthought when engine combinations are developed.
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Password Mark Forums Read. Click here to search for Mopar cars and parts for sale. M1 vs. Strip Dominator. I had my new M1 sitting on the bench last night, and looked closely at it, and sitting next to my old strip dominator I started to notice the differences in them, such as the depth of the plenum in the M1 is almost twice that of the SD, and the ports of the Sd are less than an inch wide, the dominators ports are slightly taller than the M1, but overall the M1 is huge inside compared to the SD. My question is simply if anyone here has run both on the same combo and how did each one perform?
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Though technically any intake manifold can be seen as a simple conduit for the air-fuel mixture, there are a wide variety of designs on the market, with each designed and created to handle the job a little differently. Though most any motorhead can distinguish a single-plane intake from a two-plane just by looking at it, surprisingly few know what the difference is conceptually. The Two-Plane Though the earliest Mopar small-block engines used single-plane manifolds, for the most part, auto manufacturers overwhelmingly favor the two-plane design in OE applications. Looking at a two-plane-with some runners crossing over from side to side, a two-level divided plenum, and the obviously greater complexity in casting such a piece-we have to ask why the manufacturers would go through the trouble.