Weiand 1985 Hi-Ram Intake Manifold, Performance Rectangular Port Heads
Carbureted Fuel System Type, Hi-Ram Intake Manifold Type, Two Carburetor Quantity, Natural
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Hi-Ram Series: These tunnel ram manifolds are used primarily in drag racing, tractor/truck pulls and performance marine applications where high RPM performance is required. The effective RPM range is between 2,800 to 8,000 RPM. The WEIAND Hi-Ram, with it's patented D-shaped port runners and large plenum chamber, provides optimum velocity of the air/fuel mixture to the cylinder head intake ports. For maximum performance in a naturally aspirated competition application, the WEIAND Hi-Ram is the manifold of choice! This manifold is designed to be used with performance oval port heads.
- 2 x 4 carburetor top
- Square flange carburetor mounting
- 2500-7800 RPM power band
- Special D-shaped port runner design
- Large volume plenum
- Power band: 2500-7800 RPM
- Height: Front 10.12", Rear 10.93"
- Port Size: 2.34 height 1.55" width
- Carb Flange Center-To Center 9-11/16"
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