(Aftermarket) Which intake manifold is this?

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(Aftermarket) Which intake manifold is this?

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Looks like the Accel, but not sure on it for certain :wtf

$850 for everything. Seems like a steal of a price. :stop
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Re: (Aftermarket) Which intake manifold is this?

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Looks like a holley stealth ram. Doesn't fit under the hood of a c4 without modification. Nothing special at that price/condition.
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Re: (Aftermarket) Which intake manifold is this?

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undercover wrote: Tue Oct 26, 2021 11:25 am Looks like a holley stealth ram. Doesn't fit under the hood of a c4 without modification. Nothing special at that price/condition.
I figured the intake and throttle body were worth the price, plus you then have the L98 and 700r4 :wtf

But if it doesn't fit under the hood, makes sense why it's a non-starter for Corvette owners. :beer
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Re: (Aftermarket) Which intake manifold is this?

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There was a guy building shorter plenums to fit under a C4 hood, but it wasn't being done right. The intake itself needs to be milled down.

They were leaving the intake protruding up into the plenum...on a b2k you'd have had a lake of fuel sitting in the plenum due to the extra injectors :-shok
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