Small Block Chevy 305/350ci TBI 1987-95
Designed for 1987-95 305/350ci (5.0/5.7L) Chevy Throttle Body Injectioned (T.B.I.) engines. Ideal for trucks, Blazers and Suburbans (Will not fit Caprice or Buick and Cadillac "B" Bodies). For 305 and 350 V8s with OEM T.B.I. 1987-95. T.B.I. water jacket similar to stock. Accepts all OEM equipment and small-bore (1-11/16'') throttle body injectors only. No chip changes or computer mods required unless entire 5.7L Power Package (manifold, cam, heads) is used. Computer chip is supplied free of charge with proof of purchase of manifold, cam and heads. The chip re-programs your computer for optimum power gains when the entire package is installed. This Total Power Package greatly improves performance.
- Port exit dimensions: 1.13" x 1.87"
- Manifold height: (A) 3.70'' , (B) 5.10'' - .250'' taller than stock
- Pad Height: 4.40" Click here to determine throttle body pad height.
- Use stock Throttle Body Injection unit.
- Requires gasket #809-10159409 or Fel-Pro #375-MS93317
Emissions: Not CARB compliant - Not legal for use in California or any state adopting CA restrictions.
is the 3704 manifold considered a vortec style manifold?
Now I just bought a brand new motor from jegs and now I need a intake so I was thinking about getting this one. It says I get a chip with this? So how do I show you proof that I bought the new stuff necessary to qualify for the the chip?
Will this work with the holly 670 tbi unit?
Why does this intake not fit '91 Caprice? Is it just a hood clearance issue?
I AM CONVERTING THE TBI ...THROTTLE BODY INJECTION, TO A REGULAR CARBURETOR...WILL THIS INTAKE MANIFOLD STILL FIT??
Will this fit my 1994 Chevy Silverado 1500 5.7 liter 350 v-8 2 barrel carburetor?
Will this intake work with vortec heads?
Is this intake manifold fully emissions street legal for a '91 K1500?
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