Street Scoop Parts
Get the Competitive Appearance of a Fuel Injection Scoop
Ideal for V6 & V8 engines, the polished cast aluminum Street Scoop II is a compact version of the original Street Scoop (at 14.5" long, it's 5.5" shorter). It operates off the carb linkage; has 3 large anodized red butterflies; and includes an air cleaner, butterfly assembly, and all necessary hardware. Street Scoop II is designed to bolt most 4-bbl carbs onto single 4-bbl intake manifolds or tunnel ram intake manifolds and superchargers that use one 4-bbl carb with 5-1/8" neck.
Offering retro race looks, the polished cast aluminum Double Barrel Scoop has an adjustable base and dual butterfly mechanism with carb linkage. It's designed for single or dual 5-1/8" carburetors.
The Triple Barrel Scoop provides the competition look of an Enderle style fuel injection air scoop used on nostalgia Top Fuel and Funny Cars. It has an adjustable base with a triple butterfly mechanism carb linkage. It accepts dual 5-1/8" carburetors.
how tall is this piece ,im looking for something to make my hillbourn style a bit taller
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