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Old 05-07-2007, 12:53 PM
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Need info on Cutler Intakes

At a flea market this past weekend, I found a great deal for a set of brand new headers and intake for $150. I only wanted the headers so I got this brand new fuel injection manifold for a BBC for dirt cheap.

The intake says cutler on it, but thats all I know about it. Ive never heard of the brand Cutler. Im looking for any kind of info on this thing. Id like to use it if it would work for my engine, but from the looks of it, its a little to wild for just a street use 454.
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Old 05-07-2007, 07:04 PM
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Thanks for the link Ron. Finding out the name of the company Hirel helped alot.
Apparently they originally made fuel injection conversions for Marine engines.
I even found an old ebay auction for a used intake just like it for $750, so I got a dang good deal on this.
I still haven't seen any info as to what cfm is flows and what not. Does anyone here think an intake like this might be to much for a 454 in a street truck pushing around say 400hp?


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