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Old 08-04-2019, 02:56 PM   #3179
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I tried searching but couldn't find this...

What are the box dimensions and weight upon delivery? I'm wondering if it can fit (and be moved) in my garage prior to install.
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Old 08-04-2019, 07:51 PM   #3180
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I tried searching but couldn't find this...

What are the box dimensions and weight upon delivery? I'm wondering if it can fit (and be moved) in my garage prior to install.
It's around 90 pounds or so. Mine came on a pallet.
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Old 08-04-2019, 08:19 PM   #3181
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It's around 90 pounds or so. Mine came on a pallet.
Awesome! Thank you! So around 4' x 3' roughly?
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Old 08-04-2019, 08:43 PM   #3182
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Awesome! Thank you! So around 4' x 3' roughly?
The pallet, yes. The box itself is about 2' x 3'.

Now if you want exact measurements, it's 24" x 32" x 18", source...still has box.

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Are there proven methods to keep IATs down? I checked randomly while driving and I was at 144F.
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Are there proven methods to keep IATs down? I checked randomly while driving and I was at 144F.

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Yeah, that's high. Are you driving around in 115 degree weather?
If not, make sure all of the air is purged from the system and it stays out. There's a reason the surge tank was upgraded to a larger size.
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Yeah, that's high. Are you driving around in 115 degree weather?
If not, make sure all of the air is purged from the system and it stays out. There's a reason the surge tank was upgraded to a larger size.
It was 90 outside, I drove it for a while then parked to get some paint, then continued city driving. It's really hot under the hood so I imagine heat soak of the whole system was pretty bad.

Not sure how to go about checking and purging the system. Is there a guide in this thread?

Edit:. NVM, I see it at the back of the manual.
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I have the Verus hood vents and my typicals are between 23-35 over ambient after driving around for a while. They can quickly approach 50+ in slow or congested traffic.
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I saw there's a 500$ rebate now.. very tempted.
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I saw there's a 500$ rebate now.. very tempted.
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I installed mine two weeks ago and so far everything is great. I have one question for the group. I want to add the RaceRom extra features to the Edlebrock calibration. How can this be done?
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I installed mine two weeks ago and so far everything is great. I have one question for the group. I want to add the RaceRom extra features to the Edlebrock calibration. How can this be done?
By getting a different tuner...... unless the Edelbrock tune comes with them already configured, which I don't believe it does.
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I installed mine two weeks ago and so far everything is great. I have one question for the group. I want to add the RaceRom extra features to the Edlebrock calibration. How can this be done?
By getting a tune from someone....
Stock tune won't have RaceRom unlocked.
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