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Author Topic:   Chevy 350 - Which Intake for a quadrajet ?
PB II
Member
posted August 14, 2001 11:18 AM
I am trying to finish my Chevy 350 and I was wondering if anyone had advice for where to get a good intake. I have a 3970010 block with 441 heads. Which year make and model car should I look for at the junk yard to pull one off? Is there a particular after market that can be bought from a parts house? Is there a difference in "Bow Tie" intakes? EGR (exhaust gas recirculation)- How do I avoid having to mess with this? The rules say we have to run a quadrajet carb, and all parts must be cast no aluminum or Vortech parts. Any help is needed!


Racer4
unregistered
posted August 14, 2001 01:40 PM           
A cast iron intake rule? The best cast iron intake is the Bowtie (or Marine intake) ordered from your chevy dealer should be around 200, you can usually find one from a racer who has moved up in class. I have seen a competetive car in a class like this run the "S" intake, what year it came on I don't know, look for the raised one. Good Luck.


racer2
Member
posted August 14, 2001 07:53 PM
paw has them, i believe there a reproduction
of the old z/28 manifolds,they accept holley and q jet carbs,around 200.00


racer17j
Member
posted August 15, 2001 09:34 AM
MIDWEST MOTORSPORTS SELL A STOCK NON EGR INTAKE THAT ALOT OF GUYS RUN ON IMCA STOCK CARS THE ARE AROUND $90


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