Coming up on decisions for my 440 stroker build. Wanting to know your thoughts on an intake that will fit without cutting a hole in the hood and the decision between the old rivals ,Holley and Edelbrock carburetors. Many I have spoken with seem to agree for my build the Edelbrock Performer RPM dual plane intake would be ideal but worry about fitting as it is a very tall manifold. Another was the Holley Dominator which has a much lower profile and would fit,has good flow but is a single plane. Any thoughts would be great on performance and if it fits. Any other intake ideas would be interesting that will fit under the hood of my 69 Fury III to feed this beast. Carbs, most engine guys prefer Holleys it seems because they can put out more top end power in general than a Edelbrock I guess. In any case I think the way to go is vacuum secondaries and not mechanical because this will be a 95% street car. Correct me if I am wrong. For a Holley they recommend a 800 cfm. I am also interested [only because I am familiar with them] the Edelbrock AVS2 800 cfm because of the annular booster primary venturis. I hear the throttle response of these carbs is really great and may help the Holley Dominator single plane intake. Or just the regular AVS 800 cfm. I have a Edelbrock 1406 on my present 440 and like it and very easy to work on and is why I am considering the AVS2. This is not a drag car and I want my wife to want to ride in it. It will have a rather decent idle and behavior but have alot of torque if I mash it and speed down the highway with the 3.23 rear. I would like to be able to start it up and go anywhere I want at any time ,,,,like a normal car lol. Any thoughts would be appreciated.