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JEGS Cool Gap Intake Manifold for 1967-2003 Small Block Chrysler/Mopar 318, 340 & 360, Dual Plane [Satin]
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Small Block Mopar
JEGS 513072 Small Block Chrysler/Mopar Intake Manifold Features:
- Fits 1967-2003 Small Block Chrysler/Mopar 318, 340 & 360
- Dual bolt pattern for use with 1967-1991 318, 340 & 360, and 1992-2003 318 & 360 Magnum V8 Engines
- Dual Plane design for optimum fuel distribution
- Accepts 4150/4160 4-BBL square bore carburetors
- Cool Gap design keeps hot engine oil away from intake runners resulting in a cooler, denser charge for more horsepower, torque, and efficiency
- (8) Intake runner bosses cast in for nitrous or fuel injector ports
- Port exit dimensions: 1.078 in. W x 2.155 in. H
- Estimated runner length - Shortest: 5.00 in.
- Estimated runner length - Longest: 6.250 in.
- Manifold height: Front (A) 4.875 in., Rear (B) 5.750 in. (A + B divided by 2 = 5.3125 in. pad height) Click here to determine carburetor pad height
- (1) Left/Driver side front 3/8 in. NPT water outlet port
- (1) Right/Passenger side front 1/4 in. NPT water outlet port
- (1) Right/Passenger side front 1/8 in. NPT water outlet port
- (1) Right/Passenger side rear 3/8 NPT vacuum port
- No provision for divorced or heated choke
Additional Recommended Items (Sold Separately):
- Recommended Intake Gasket, 1967-1991 318-360 Engines 555-210400 or 1992-2003 318-360 Magnum Engines 696-MS20085
- Carburetor Fuel Inlet Lines & Fittings
- Carburetor Spacers
- Fuel Filters
- Carburetor Linkage, Choke Kits & Components
Can this be run with the holly street warrior carb?
Will this work with a fuel injection setup?
Will this fit a avs2 edelbrock carb?
Can I run stock thermostat housing with this intake?
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