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Old 07/15/18, 10:22 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by la hi View Post
Thanks all,
I now can see why "ykes and hilarious" is appropriate. T hanks for the diagram and explanation. I shall continue with my plan to use that manifold.
Good luck.. patience, patience..

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Old 07/16/18, 01:24 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by blubuckaroo View Post
Most new intake manifolds are made without that port.
I've sold old intake manifolds that had the port when the buyers really thought they cooled better.
I had both ends open on my old edlebrock manifold .I had a mechanical gauge on the back of the engine and the stock one on the front.

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I run an factory 85 Mustang HO aluminum intake and it has water passages across the back also.

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Ideas where the 351 came from? There are low rise 4v intakes out there, i think torino of the late 60'2 early 70's come to mind. Low rise helps with hood clearance. I had a 351 with 4v low rise and 4bl carb, in my 73 with no BL.

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