Chrysler 318-360ci Small Block V8
Designed for street 318-340-360ci Chrysler V8s. This intake manifold is for 318-360ci V8s with OEM 4-bbl. carb.; 1966-72 (1973 non-CA); except stock equipped EGR. (Intake manifold p/n 350-3776 is for same V8's with OEM 4-bbl carb; 1972-87.) This manifold is not for use on marine engines used in salt water.Installation Notes:
I have a 84 Dodge D150 with 318 and AC with this work with the AC? Thanks in advance
I have a 1958 Plymouth Savoy with a V-800, Poly 318A Wide Block engine, which is different from the later 318s. Does this fit the Poly 318? If not, is there an Edelbrock 4bbl intake you carry for the poly?
Will this work on a 78 Ramcharger with air condition? Also will this work with 650 CFM Classic Holley Part # 0-80783C or can you recommand a Holley carb?
Will this work on my stock 318 in my 70 Coronet? also i have a holley 4160 600cfm carb, will that also be ok? thank you
Does this intake work on a 1985 dodge ramcharger with a 360 and air conditioning? I do not want to lose my a/c
Will it replace a 96 fuel injection? I wanted to put MSD ATomic fuel injection on it
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