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Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold

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Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Natural
Port Width:
1.55
MFG. Part #:
1035
Intake Manifold Type:
Single Plane
Carburetor Quantity:
Two
Carburetor Flange Type:
1-Barrel 2-Bolt
Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold
Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold
Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold
Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold
Offenhauser 1035 1950-1959 Chevy 6-Cylinder Dual Carb Intake Manifold

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Offenhauser Dual Carb intake manifolds provide a nostalgic appearance while equalizing fuel distribution to all cylinders, improving both performance and economy. With this lightweight cast aluminum manifold, your old "Stovebolt" will be more responsive across the RPM range. Use with two "big base" carburetors (2-15/16" bolt centers) typical of 1954-62 Chevys.

  • Fits 216-235-261 Chevy 6-cylinders
  • 1950-1959 engines w/ PowerGlide
  • 1953-1959 engines w/ Manual Transmission

 

Included linkage kit is "non-progressive," meaning both carbs operate at the same time.

Notes

Note: This intake manifold is designed to bolt up to the heat box on your original exhaust manifold. Exhaust heat must be routed to the bottom of the intake to help keep the fuel droplets suspended in the air/fuel mixture, providing better cold weather performance and overall driveability.

If using our split manifolds or exhaust headers, you must still supply heat to the bottom of intake using a heat box that you fabricate. This can be done by routing either exhaust heat or engine coolant to the bottom of the intake via copper or steel tubing.

Specs

  • Carburetor Port Diameter:   1.700"
  • Intake Port Diameter:  1.550"
  • Carb Bolt Center-to-Center:  2-15/16"
  • Head port flange:
    • 2.468" (2 7/16") Front to Rear
    • 2.315" (2 5/16") Top to Bottom

 

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewers.
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Jimtech
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Atlanta, GA
Product Rating

Good value for the money

September 06, 2014
I haven't yet installed this manifold on my '57 235 pickup, since i'm still designing and fabricating components for the installation. The manifold seems to be well made and properly machined, but the linkage they provide doesn't work for my application. I'm using two Daytona Parts Universal Carburetors, and the provided linkage isn't even close. I am expecting good things, however.
Pros:
  • Good Quality
Cons:
  • linkage is not so good
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 5 answers

Carb spacing I have 2 oil bath air filters for an Offenhauser #1035 for my 58-62 235, how far apart are the carburetors front to back, around 9 or 10 inches?

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51Chev
Bend, OR, USA
March 22, 2015

Carb spacing I have 2 oil bath air filters for an Offenhauser #1035 for my 58-62 235, how far apart are the carburetors front to back, around 9 or 10 inches?

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March 23, 2015
EricM
The carburetors are spaced 9" center to center.

What is the distance from the top of the manifold body to the top of the Carburator mounting flange? Trying to find a dual intake that will allow air cleaners to fit on a 236 six cyl engine in my 57 Chevy 210 model.

1 answers
Sailor
Pensacola, FL, USA
November 13, 2014

What is the distance from the top of the manifold body to the top of the Carburator mounting flange? Trying to find a dual intake that will allow air cleaners to fit on a 236 six cyl engine in my 57 Chevy 210 model.

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November 13, 2014
EricM
The carb flange surfaces are 1 9/16" above the top of the main body of the intake manifold.

What carbs do you suggest using with this intake? I have a 1959 Chevy truck with a 235 c.i. engine. I want to upgrade it.

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Bulldog5336
Montana, USA
April 28, 2014

What carbs do you suggest using with this intake? I have a 1959 Chevy truck with a 235 c.i. engine. I want to upgrade it.

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April 29, 2014
EricM
This intake requires two 'big base' carburetors (2-15/16" bolt centers) typical of '54 to '62 Chevys. Sorry I do not offer these carburetors.

will this fit a 1962 235? if not do you have one that will. thanks

2 answers
wabash, ind
December 14, 2011

will this fit a 1962 235? if not do you have one that will. thanks

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August 04, 2014
Jimtech
Actually, there was no 235 in 1962. The engine is a 230, and is totally different than the earlier 235. I don't believe that this manifold will fit a 230.
December 15, 2011
John
Part number 5601035 This will bolt onto your 1962 incline Chevy 235 and function fine. Hood clearance is the issue and why we limit stock application to 1959. The front carburetor may have interference with the hood with almost any air cleaner applications. Some of the stock oil bath air cleaners sat off to the side of the carburetor for the necessary hood clearance on the passenger cars. Trucks on the other hand should not pose a problem as they have sufficient hood clearance.
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