It all depends on your setup, and how many RPM's you want to run. The Street Burner intake has an operating range from idle-5500 rpm's. If you are looking for that top end speed you might want to consider the Trick Flow Track Heat intake.
The Track Heat intake has an operating range from 1500-6500 rpms.
As far as bolting an either intake up to match your Twisted Wedge heads, they will both work for you.
Answered by Tim R. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
The operating range means what RPM range your engine is built to run at. This intake is setup to accommodate flow up to 5500rpm. Past that, you will be maxing out its flow capability and yes, your power curve can drop after that. On the flip side, their intake built to handle high RPM use will do the opposite. You will sacrifice some low end for top end flow. It will come down to cam/head combos and such as to the operating range of your engine.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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