Street Burner vs. Track Heat

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    Hey Gregg I was checking out the webiste and noticed something that got me wondering.

    Part of the description for the Track Heat
    Designed for hot street and track-ready 4.6L SOHC Mustangs, the Track Heat® 4.6L 2V manifolds improve performance in the meat of the engine's powerband between 1,500 and 6,500 rpm (2,000-7,000 rpm with Cobra twin 57mm throttle body models) with unported cylinder heads and 1,500 and 7,200 rpm with aftermarket or ported cylinder heads.
    Part of the description for the Street Burner
    StreetBurner® intake manifolds are designed for mildly modified Ford 4.6L 2V engines and feature small, 13.300 in. long cross-section runners to improve performance from 2,500 to 7,000 rpm.
    When you go to the specs on the Street Burner it lists the RPM range as 2500-7500.

    So what is the actual intended RPM for the two intakes and more importantly for me will either actually function well above 7,000?

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    The Track heat intake will go well above 7200. If you are planning on turning the engine over that go with the Track Heat.

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    I have the track heat on it now and it flat lines at like 6500. The cams should be good for close to 8,000.


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    Single blade TB? I have power adder cars that have made power up to 8000 with the twin blade.

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    Its 75mm round throttle body on a 11.5:1 compression NA engine.

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    That may be your restriction at this point. The twin blade may be the way to go to get the RPM you need.

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    That may be your restriction at this point. The twin blade may be the way to go to get the RPM you need.

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    Im curious what you guys are using for throttle cable brackets with these intakes??? Can you post a pic of what you did or point me in the right direction of what I need to get please?

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