Weiand 8150 Speed Warrior Intake Manifold non/EGR 262ci-400ci
Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, One Carburetor Quantity, Natural
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The Weiand Speed Warrior features long, separated runners for bottom-end and mid-range power, plus a special runner design and larger plenum to flow the air needed for high-rpm horsepower. All of this usable power makes this intake perfect for your street and strip hot rod! Weiand developed the first ever aluminum intake manifold in 1937. Thirty years later Weiand developed complete blower drives for the GMC 6-71 supercharger. Today, Weiand is still at the forefront of intake manifold and blower development as well as high flow water pumps. To make more power you have to get more air to your engine. Look to Weiand as your power source!
- Satin (as cast) finish for and even surface texture
- Precision CNC machining
- High Rise/Dual Plane Design
- Square Bore Carburetor Flange
- Exhaust Crossover for Improved Street Drivability (Standard Small Block Chevy Heads)
- Power band: 1500-6700 RPM
- Height: Front 4.19", Rear 5.27"
- Port Size: 1.92 height, 1.16" width
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