I've been running the street dominator II 300-36 for years and have always been happy with it. Going to switch to the rpm air gap very soon and see how it compares at the track. That's all the input I have.
This might not be a real accurate manifold to manifold test though. The dominator's ports don't match up with the Vortec style heads that I have now, so on top of the manifold giving me more power (I hope), I'm also hoping the matched ports gives me a little too. Either way I'll be testing the end of this month and will report the results.
I used to run a Street Dominator on a street driven 350 10.5/1 compression, reworked 461x heads, with a Racer Brown STX19 cam 296 adv. duration,108 lobe centers. It ran extremely well to 7200 rpm.I also ran an Edelbrock c3bx dual plane, and a Team G isolated runner single plane. The street dominator worked the best of the three, but unfortunately I don't have any drag strip information.
Well I'll be.... I have a street dominator (300-36) in the shop. Still in the box. I never really thought about using it for a strip motor. So it really does well up to 7200??? I may use it instead of buying a new Team G.
Awesome! I'll post about it as soon as we get it in the car and get a run or two on it. It should hook fairly well. '65 with ladder bars, mono leafs, floaters, drag shocks, moroso trick springs and all solid mounts. Pretty much a super stock setup. Right now we have 2 choices on motors. A 355 and a 406, both mechanical cammed. I would rather finish the 406 but it all depends on which one is closer to being dropped in. Oh and still looking for a new to me powerglide.