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What intake manifold do you need to switch a 93 Chevy to a carburetor?

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2005-11-02 00:21:16
2005-11-02 00:21:16

If it is a 5.7L with iron heads, I recomend the holley dual plane #300-64, this manifold will clear the four 90 angle bolts on the heads and fit perfectly. Also has a range of idle to 6000rpm. If it has aluminum heads the #300-48 will solve ur problem with the same range. There's also a High performance manifold for the iron heads with an idle to 7000 rpm part number #300-70.

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