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Old 10-25-2002, 02:29 PM
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I scored a rebuildable 327 with the above intake manifoild. It is a spread bore intake, and non hi rise. Is this a good stock intake for a stock engine> I have a q-jet that i rebuilt setting on the shelf.Whats the story on these?
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Slider, here is all I can tell you about Aluminum intakes on Generation I SBC. " Most production aluminum intakes were used for high-performance applications, but some aluminum intakes on late-model small blocks are for low and moderate performance, and these used QuadraJet carbs. Many of the aluminum intakes were cast by the Winters Foundry, a long time outside contractor for Chevrolet. (They also made aluminum heads and water pumps for Chevrolet) These aluminum manifolds carry the Winters Foundry "snowflake" and "W" logo.". If your intake has the hole for the oil filler tube/breather, then it is probably a performance manifold. If not, you may want to keep loooking. I lucked on to an aluminumn Bowtie competition dual plane highrise spreadbore for my 327 and it works super. It may still be available from Scoggins Dickey or Jim Pace Pontiac competiton parts. Ill send you the numbers if you want.
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GM has a garage sale open to the public going on rite now go to this site get the part # and then hit the performance dealer near you on the site for the price.



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