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67 Resto:
My 67' coupe used to be a 6cyl. And was converted to a 302. I'm wanting to get a new intake manifold to match my Edelbrock carb. I was told that in order to get a new intake I would need to get the number off the engine block. And decode it in order to get one that works. My car is stored 30 minutes away and I don't want to travel and take off a starter just to have to come back and order something.
So I'm wondering if there's a way I can find out what will work without getting the engine block number? 

I would also like some input on what intake I should match to my carb. Which is an Edelbrock Performance series. I'm naturally leaning towards the Edelbrock Performer intake.

-Thanks

Soaring:
Yeah, I would stick with the Edelbrock that will match your carb.  Do some research.  Maybe start here. 
http://www.ebay.com/store/index.php?VN=4294967202+4294966864+4294966469+4294967247+4294962707&Nr=AND(universal:0)&N=0&Ntt=Intake%20Manifold

Tim175:
Edelbrock performer RPM would be the best.

ouch1:

--- Quote from: Tim175 on January 25, 2010, 08:47:22 PM ---Edelbrock performer RPM would be the best.

--- End quote ---

I concur. I have put them on a few 302's and 289's without a hitch. Usually takes me about an hour to 2 hours to completely do the swap.

-ouch1

Soaring:
Until a rusty bolt breaks off at the head.   ;D

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