Carbureted Intake Manifolds
Hit the Street FAST with Holley's Dual Plane Intake Manifold
A dual plane design makes this manifold perfect for low-end torque while still reaching up to 6500 RPM. The cast aluminum construction is light and efficient with consistent wall thicknesses and improved casting quality. O-ring cylinder head mounting flange gaskets provide an OE-style seal that makes installation a snap! Minimum carb flange height means the manifold clears the hood with little to no modification.Features
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do i need something else to make this work with the front cam sensor on my gen 4 block?
I have a 2000 Chevy Tahoe 5.3L, the vin number is T. I'm running stock bottom, heads and cam. Will this work as a swap?
Will this it in a 2003 6.0?
Will this work for a 2005 5 .3 i am looking to change it to a carb
Will this work in 63 Nova with a 5.3 carbureted motor and a power glide tranny?
What map sensor do you need to screw in manifold and plug to msd wiring harness
Can you self tune it with a laptop ????
Is this self tunable with a laptop????
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