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Old 02-29-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

Which one do ya'll recommend? I heard victor is more ofr the mid range, and performer for top end. And not to mention the fact its $100 cheaper.

Which one is preferred and why?
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Default Re: Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

I run a fully ported and polished victor x from Renown Performance. How ever i would like to see the performer x and what it can do. Heck contact Renown and have them port one for you.

Also your gonna wanna share your set up so we can accurately suggest a quality performing manifold for you.
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Well I havent put a solid setup together, but its gonna be Boosted, +/- 300 WHP.
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For 300 just use a stock manifold.
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Default Re: Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

Anything less than 500whp and its a waste !!! Trust me i know !! Stock will be more than sufficient for up 450 whp .
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Default Re: Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

Longer runners=lower rpm power increase
Larger Plenum=higer rpm power increase

If your only revving to stock or 8,200 rpm, go with the Performer X = Power-band 4500-8200

"The Performer X intake manifolds for Acura and Honda's are engineered for street/strip applications where peak torque and horsepower gains are realized between 4500-8200 RPM. The larger-than-stock plenum volume and 9" runner length are tuned for producing peak power at high RPM."

If your going to be revving to 10,000 rpm go with the Victor X = Power-band 7000-10,000

"Optimized for maximum power from 7,000 to 10,000 RPM, the Victor X manifold is designed for turbo and all-motor applications. Engineered for high performance, this manifold has four additional bosses for nitrous or added fuel injectors"

This is regardless of if your turbo or N/A that's what range they were designed for. Hope this clears up some confusion about the difference in these two manifolds.
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I have the JG Eddlebrock intake mani on my turbo application. Does anyone know if this is the Vector X or Performer X?
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It is the victor x.
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Default Re: Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

Op aftermarket manifold will increase over stock, perform will be suitable for stock redline and the power your looking for. Victor is for larger turbo and power goals
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Ok thanks everyone, these manifolds cost like $300-400. How much gain will i get over stock AVG? Are we talking like minimal gains due to 300whp or
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Under 500hp = skunk2, AEBS, stock
Over 500hp = victorX, Magnus, golden eagle

Just my $.02
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Default Re: Edelbrock Performer x VS Victor x

300whp is 300whp. if might give you a little more low end and mid range power but stock will work fine for 300
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Ok thanks
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It is the victor x.
Thanks. All it says on it is JG Edlebrock on it. I have had it for a while and just forgot which one I had. It worked great when I had 384whp and it still flows great now at 515whp. Hoping it will still flow good at 600+. Good mani for the price.
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