Small Block Chevy Intake Manifolds
- JEGS CS 331 Intake Manifold 555-513002
- JEGS Intake Gasket Set 555-210003
- JEGS Blue RTV Silicone 555-28030
- JEGS Intake Bolt Set 555-83201
- JEGS Carb Stud Kit 555-15840
- JEGS Carb Gasket 555-16100
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Dual-Plane Performance Intake
JEGS Champion Series 331 Dual Plane Aluminum Intake Manifolds feature the latest machining techniques to ensure the best quality results. The cast aluminum intake manifold construction yields a lighter, more consistent casting for smoother intake runners, optimal fuel atomization, and improved fuel & air distribution to the cylinders—resulting in more power!
Can I use the stock throttle body for this intake
Will a 650 cfm Holley carberator fit on this manifold
Does it have egr in do I got make heater line holes
Does this intake come in black?
What is the best carburetor to use with this intake for a stock engine?
Hello, what is the effective rpm range for this intake?
I purchased a set of 9p1 vortec heads for my 1974 K5 Blazer. I was look in to make some extra h.p.,will this intake kit fit with my new vortec heads? And will it give some power gains over stock?
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