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offenhauser manifold

I recently came into possesion of an offenhauser 360 manifold for a small block chevy. Is this any good?

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Oops!! Sorry, I was thinking of the "dual port" 360. Not familar with the regular 360.

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Offy Intake

Try it,you'll like it! If you notice the cheapest intake selling on ebay and at the swap meets is the Edelbrock Performer(not the RPM model) what does that tell Ya??
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I have one on my motor now and its GREAT!
ill never use anything other than an offenhauser again.
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Try it,you'll like it! If you notice the cheapest intake selling on ebay and at the swap meets is the Edelbrock Performer(not the RPM model) what does that tell Ya??

It tells me that Edelbrock made about a gizillion of them and lots are available, kinda like chevy trucks! LOL
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heres my offy intake on my motor
its happy as a clam!
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Hey Dawg, do they make one for vortec heads?

How do you insert a pic into threads, btw?
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To insert pictures directly into the thread, the picture needs to be hosted (viewable) somewhere on the 'net. To display that picture, use the ["img"] tag (without quotations), copy and paste the URL of the picture, then close the tag with ["/img"] (again, without quotations). Or, you can hit the button above the text area that looks like a picture of some mountains and the moon, and paste the URL of the image into the field.
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nostalgia?

Thanks Arcuden.

So . . . is an offy intake more "nostalgic" than an edelbrock? I get that vibe, but I don't know . . . who was around first?
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Werent the daulport intakes great for mileage and power?
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Werent the daulport intakes great for mileage and power?
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That's what I heard. Small, high speed primary runners for cruising and the larger runners for WOT. Kinda wish I tried it when I had it. My old machinist swears by em.
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The way my milage is(linky ) I may be lookin on ebay for one.....none there now...and its back to the crappy new and improved version
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