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Can I replace my vacuum block, by just placing them in the top of the manifold?
A local guy has an 87 GLHS with vacuum sources very neatly mounted to his upper half bu the previous owner. He wants to make his car stock so perhaps you two could make some kind of trade. He is on T-D but I forget his user name right now. I do have his name and phone # so if you are interested I could give him a call and he could join in on the thread.Can I replace my vacuum block, by just placing them in the top of the manifold?
Rob here is how it turned out. Thanks for you help!I think it is a great idea. Problem is it is hard to tap the thing with it rolling around on the work bench lol. But yeah a great idea. You also don't have vac / boost spikes up and down on the plenum like a vac block. More consistent source