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direct connection intake advice

i picked up a mopar intake that mounts 2 stock carb plates so you can run dual stock holleys or webers, and its 2 pieces the runners and a plenum and you can bolt the carb plates to either piece but i fel like the upper plenum part doesnt make sense for flow or atomization so might be better to just use the bottom piece, idk know though so any advice would be appreciative,,, the part numbers are p4452035 and p4452036 and any info on them at all would be great ,how many were made? how common are they? value?
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Re: direct connection intake advice

those intakes are hard to come by now, value would be determined by who really wants one, if i had my turismo still i would probably give you about $150+

post up a pic of the intake if you can
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Re: direct connection intake advice

that intake is a tunnel ram basically and has the same air cross over as the tunnel rams. It'll balance the air to all 4 cylinders to use the plenum, which is basically what it is. Cool part. Runner design as long as it is makes this a lower RPM range running intake, the runners are actually much longer than stock even. So you get tuning off the runners more than the CFM of the carbs basically. Cool intake though, would be fun with 2 TBIs for keep fi lol.
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ok , thanks for the info!
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Re: direct connection intake advice

just stumbled on this thread, i found same intake last year, and have since put two weber 38/38 carbs on top. (in my 83 SC)

thing sounds amazing, and pulls REALLY hard to 6500 with a lil extra compression and better valvetrain and a comp cam.

still no turbo car for power, but it'll hand any stock base 2.2 or 1.7 its @$$ twice on a city block ;)
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just stumbled on this thread, i found same intake last year, and have since put two weber 38/38 carbs on top. (in my 83 SC)

thing sounds amazing, and pulls REALLY hard to 6500 with a lil extra compression and better valvetrain and a comp cam.

still no turbo car for power, but it'll hand any stock base 2.2 or 1.7 its @$$ twice on a city block ;)
thats sweet man! how did you up the CR? shave the head or block? bigger pistons? which comp cam did you go with? do you got a 5 speed? or if auto did you get a higher stall converter? thanks!
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thats sweet man! how did you up the CR? shave the head or block? bigger pistons? which comp cam did you go with? do you got a 5 speed? or if auto did you get a higher stall converter? thanks!
its an 83 shelby block (decked .020), and i have a cut 782 head on it.
comp cam is a 280H.

its in my 83 SC, which i have swapped to a555 cable shift transmission.
im actually taking it apart again (putting one carb back on for now) to build throttle linkage properly. right now im using two throttle cables. bad idea, one is now stretched, and theyre not synched properly...

another bench build for the charger it seems.


heres a couple videos of it running



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