|Originally posted by Indy-453:|
I know the upgrade parts are perhaps controversial when V6 swaps are common. I am trying to keep the car looking as stock as possible to the casual viewer, while eking out what power can be had. Hiding a better flowing manifold under the air cleaner helps achieve that. I already have obtained a NOS TBI unit, just need the manifold.
Many other GM automobiles of that era had the Iron Duke engine. If you cannot find the Holley unit, I would investigate which year manifold might flow the best, bolt up and accept the larger Holley throttle body. IMO, the larger Holly throttle body itself is the main power adder and you can always port to smooth out the flow.
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