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One I have never seen before.
Here is another shot of that unit. Not the AFB fuel line entrance.
Imagine trying to order parts for that from the kid behind the counter at Pep Boys.
It's called the "NAVARRO" intake for the Max Wedge. A one of manifold, for Bonneville.
Thats an awesome looking intake setup!
I had a hard enough time when I told the local idiot I need a 6 rib xxx length serpentine belt and all he could say over and over is “What’s the year make and model.” EVEN AFTER I TOLD HIM IT WAS CUSTOM APPLICATION! His manager finally came around the corner, eye balled me (he knows me) and ripped this guy a new one most righteously! Got my part in seconds.
Im going to guess a 62?
Assuming that those are 625 cfm each, that's 1,300 cfm total. Would a normally aspirated big block back in that day be able to devour that much CFM?
625 x 4 = 2500 cfm? Even if they were 500's, what kind of motor could use 2000 cfm?
My fingers obviously don't count that high.
I have to use my toes too.
Get another cup of coffee in your gut, that may help.
I don't drink coffee, but thanks.
I can count to 20 3/8 with all my digits, but I have to be naked.
i think hot rod did a story on this back in 62 or 63
Imagine trying to set the air/fuel mixture.
I wouldnt care if it ran right or not, can you imagine pulling into a cars-and-coffee with a 63 dodge, and lifting the hood for that?!?
Some one had that intake at the Indy swap meet this year on display. It is an interesting piece for sure !
check this out the NAVARRO intake outhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZJqCJr1m3s