|December 11th, 2014, 09:45 AM||#1|
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Holley wet flow vs dry flow systems.
I recently spoke to a guy who works at cnc-motorsports in South Dakota and he stated Holley is coming out with a wet flow system that is rated to 1000 hp!!!
So my question is this. I have heard (from him and others) the dry flow systems are better for drag racing than the wet flow. Why is this; IF it is true? What disadvantages would the wet flow system have? If it is supposed to support 1,000 hp, it must work. It is Holley.
Also, the wet flow is very similar to a carb setup so wouldn't the performance be the same?
Thanks in advance to all who reply.
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