JEGS 79304 Cowl Induction Air Cleaner System is an OEM-style reproduction of the original system in a 1969 Chevy Camaro with a 350 ci Small Block Chevy. A cowl induction hood is a requirement for proper installation.
- Air cleaner body with 1 in. breather tube
- Spark arrestor
- Gloss black lid
- Pleat performance air filter
- Extension ring
- Cowl seal flange
- Flange to hood seal
- Flapper valve frame
- Flapper valve
- Flapper valve seal
- Valve retainers
- OEM-style solenoid
- Direct-fit wiring harness
- Hood grommet
- Throttle arm
- Throttle switch
- Valve cover elbow and grommet
- All necessary hardware included
Note: In 1969, the Chevy Camaro with a 350 ci engine came equipped with a Qudrajet carburetor.
Increase Engine Performance & Hood Clearance
Add form and function to your classic muscle car with a JEGS cowl induction hood. This style of hood utilizes a backward-facing hood scoop to take advantage of the high air pressure area between your windshield and cowl panel. This translates to a boost in performance by increasing the amount of air the engine sees at speed. Other added benefits include increased engine bay clearance for taller intake manifolds, as well as lower engine idle temperatures due to increased venting at a stand-still. JEGS offers a wide range of cowl induction hoods and components to help complete your project.
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