426 Weber intake

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hcar
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426 Weber intake

Post by hcar » Wed Nov 29, 2006 2:50 pm

I'm looking for a Weber downdraft style intake manifold, does anyone know where I can locate one?

Bailiesdad
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Post by Bailiesdad » Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:58 pm

Guy somewhere in IL has complete Keith Black setup. He wants 5500.00 for it. He regularly puts it on eBay.

john
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Post by john » Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:20 am

"inglese" might be able to help. They have all sorts of weird Weber set-ups. For the money involved you may want to contact Hogan's Intakes & see if they could make you one.

hcar
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Post by hcar » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:09 pm

john wrote:"inglese" might be able to help. They have all sorts of weird Weber set-ups. For the money involved you may want to contact Hogan's Intakes & see if they could make you one.
Keith Black used to make them many years ago, so there has to be some out there somewhere

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Re: 426 Weber intake

Post by Goran » Thu Jan 17, 2008 12:27 pm

hcar wrote:I'm looking for a Weber downdraft style intake manifold, does anyone know where I can locate one?
Right before chrismas I had the idea that a independent runner manifold must be the absolutley right manifold for a "sportscarhemi". Not that I needed more power, just the thing, 8 stacks on a Hemi must fill the bill.
Thinked and done, I went down the basement and started working, and this is what it eded up with.
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I am just waiting to fire it up! There are a few hoses left.
Goran[/img]
I am a 69 years old sportscar freak living in Sweden with a Hemi equipped Pantera.

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