Where do I put the coolant temperature sensor
If I upgrade my 94 5.7 with the later vortec heads is this the correct manifold to increase torque and horsepower? I plan on keeping the TBI so I don’t have to change other connections
Will this intake be able to support a big block tbi or is there another number for that kind of an intake
Is the port by the egr ok to run the bypass to water pump?
Are these compatible with the 5.0 and the 5.7?
The manifold says suggested routing for the coolant bypass is the 3/8 nspf. However, if this is used what connection would be used to connect the coolant temperature sensor? There's a 5/8 npt near the egr valve, can that be used for coolant bypass?
Is this compatible with the Holley 502-5?
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