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Old 11-12-2004, 17:12   #1 (permalink)
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hi,
i was just wondering... do 351 intake manifolds suit 302's as well?
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Old 11-12-2004, 17:15   #2 (permalink)
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yeah they do
dont think it'll make much of a diff
only thing you would actually put on on for is to put a 4 barrel carb onto a 302
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thats the plan mate.. and cause i will be getting a 351 (when im off my p's... or close to it) and i figure may aswell get the good shit now
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You know the difference from 2V to 4V Heads?

If your planning to build a 351 in the future, try and think of what manifold your going to want before purchasing now.

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one step ahead of ya mate , im planning on getting a wiend x-celerator, because i have heard(off here) that they are a good monifold for running straight gas through(which i plan to do)

i think i know the difference between 2v and 4v's ... its the valve size isnt it? (or also used to describe 4 venturi by ford in the seventies after they stop using actualy 4v heads)

correct me if im wrong.
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