Weiand 7530 Team G Chevy Small Block Manifold
Chevy Small Block V8, Single Plane Intake Manifold Type, One Carburetor Quantity, Natural
- Developed exclusively for small block Chevy's
- Features a four-barrel square bore carburetor flange
- Single plane style manifold
- Port size is 2.1" tall and 1.24" wide
- Overall height is 4.56" at the rear and 3.63" at the front
The Weiand Team G is a 360° single-plane, open plenum manifold developed for competition S/B Chevy V8s. Features an isolated plenum and isolated water cross-over to keep the incoming air/fuel charge cooler for improved power. Effective power range is 2800-7200 RPM.
Square carburetor mounting flange.
- Height @ front: 3.63"
- Height @ rear: 4.56"
- Port Size: 2.10” height, 1.24" width
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