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Using Ford 460 EFI system on an Edelbrock Victor EFI intake 50665

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Using Ford 460 EFI system on an Edelbrock Victor EFI intake 50665

I found this intake 50665 Edelbrock Victor Series EFI Intake for a 460. I've searched to see if someone has tried to adapt this to an factory EFI setup and no one has looked into to much. What are the chances of using good flowing carb heads, then using this intake and some how adapting the Ford EFI system and the upper intake to it? I think the difficult task will be getting the upper part of the intake to work on the intake and making sure has enough clearance to clear the hood and also plumbing the fuel system again. In doing all of this, your going to probably be converting to a MAF system also.
So.... has anyone thought of this setup or looked into? It's something I've been wondering about and I finally got the urge the ask.
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