The Mr. Goodwrench 350 crate engine in our ’66 Chevy is rated at 190-250 horsepower. In this episode we not only find out how much power it’s actually producing, but we watch as Gale shows us how to calculate the horsepower loss between the grille and the intake manifold. It’s all about manifold air density! Oh, and we prove just how bad an open-element air filter is for performance. “It’s pure jackassery!”
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