What would you base this on?? Do you mean short or small diameter. If short then
yes if small diameter then I have no clue what you are basing it on. Generally
modest diameter and long makes a very broad torque cure and short large pipes
the opposite. The 350 in question will not make over 440 hp on it's best day
with the heads that are there. A 1 3/4 is good for an easy 550 hp and no
nitrous. 31 inches ought to tune for a 4000 to 6000 rpm range. At least that is
what the few hundred or so pulls on the dyno have indicated.. The 3 1/2
collector is on the big side as well to boot. Putting big pipes on a small
engine will only slow it down and just become 'ductwork' to get the exhaust out
of the engine bay as opposed to doing some real worth while work.
Higginbotham Land Speed Racing wrote:
> Hi Dick,
> Small headers can make peaky torque curves.......maybe more peak power but
> not as flexible for the "long pull".
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