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    New TVS2650

    Sorry there's only the information in the picture, but if anyone is at SEMA, they should go check out Edelbrock's booth.

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    For reference, here are the flow numbers for the 6th gen 2300 head unit. 1500cfm max flow, at I believe a 2.4 ratio. 2.9 Whipple flows 1720cfm.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Gmanuel11 Click here to enlarge
    Sorry there's only the information in the picture, but if anyone is at SEMA, they should go check out Edelbrock's booth.
    I missed this.

    That's a hell of a blower though.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Gmanuel11 Click here to enlarge
    For reference, here are the flow numbers for the 6th gen 2300 head unit. 1500cfm max flow, at I believe a 2.4 ratio. 2.9 Whipple flows 1720cfm.

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    So not much of a sacrifice vs. a 2.9 Whipple Twin Screw but this should be more efficient at lower boost levels.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    So not much of a sacrifice vs. a 2.9 Whipple Twin Screw but this should be more efficient at lower boost levels.
    Exactly. The new tvs rotor design is actually more efficient than the Whipple throughout the tvs' range, I hear.

    Should see this thread too: http://www.boostaddict.com/showthrea...6th-Gen-Camaro
    I'll be posting all the info I have on the kit tonight. I'm waiting on mine to ship.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Gmanuel11 Click here to enlarge
    I'll be posting all the info I have on the kit tonight. I'm waiting on mine to ship.
    Oh, so you bought it? Sick!

    Looking forward to all the details man. Impressions, pics, dyno runs, EVERYTHING!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Oh, so you bought it? Sick!

    Looking forward to all the details man. Impressions, pics, dyno runs, EVERYTHING!
    Haha don't worry, I'll be posting a long review, with tons of pictures, and dyno sheets. Also getting myself a vbox for Christmas, so I can time 60-130, 1/4 etc. Wish we had a 1/4 track around here, we only have 1/8, sadly.

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