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Old 12-22-2012, 01:48 PM
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any one know where I can get a chrome plenum for my 305 t p I ?

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any one know where I can get a chrome plenum for my 305 t p I ?
I think both edelbrock and holley do a chrome or chrome power coat for these. But they are not cheap. I do think someone used to make a cheaper one but i here they stopped production.
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You can polish the stock one.
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If you want all show no go you can polish the runners easily and buy a chrome cover for the top and use the engine or car color for anything that cant be easily polished i seen one like this it was not bad guy said it was completly stock but looked great.
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I like powder coat myself. Not a big fan of chrome.
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I like powder coat myself. Not a big fan of chrome.
Very nice!
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After six years, it still shines like new when I wash it.
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I like powder coat myself. Not a big fan of chrome.
My intake looks very simmilar to that- its rustoleum, cost me about $5 and surprisingly it's holding up very well- Very important to clean the intake extremely well beforehand though.

I cut their gloss black with their aluminum paint, mixed with some mineral spirits and sprayed. I'll probably do my wheels with it too as their not worth much more (picked them up for $50).
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