The Dart Chevy Single Plane Intake Manifolds flow up to 10 percent more air than comparable intakes by using airflow technology developed from the NASCAR high banks at Talladega to the NHRA's ¼ mile ribbons of asphalt. These single-plane, air-gap style manifolds have a raised water crossover to insulate incoming air, optimized intake-runner cross sections to maintain high mixture velocity and extended runner dividers to equalize port lengths. The Dart Machine engineers also incorporated integral nitrous bosses on these manifolds, for those wanting even more power!Features:
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