i installed an Edelbrock 3711 intake on my 307 with 7A heads with no leaks and it runs good should I worry?

Asked by Jan 20, 2016 at 08:47 PM about the 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Question type: Car Customization

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85,885

If it runs good what are your worried about? Does it still pass smog inspection?

Yes, the inspector said it was better than most new cars. What I'm worried about is all the talk that it's the worst thing you can do. I was just concerned that it will do some damage to the rebuilt engine.

85,885

I guess I missed all that talk.

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The end of the world port mismatch "talk"

85,885

Port matching will add power.

Yes it will but the intakes are significantly larger than the head ports by 65%. That is too much work for a cruiser.

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