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Speedway Tech Talk - Fiberglass Tunnel Ram Shark Scoop

By Pat O.
10 months 1 day ago

The Speedway Motors Fiberglass Tunnel Ram Shark Scoop that Pat brought out is designed for those of you running a high-rise tunnel ram intake. Measuring in at 24 inches long, 19 inches wide and standing 6 inches tall, this handcrafted scoop offers the nostalgic look of a 60’s dragster.

It is built to accept the 6-3/8” air cleaners you see in the video, which are also available through Speedway Motors. You wind up not needing the bases for those air cleaners, as they will sit in the scoop and you’ll tighten it down on the carburetor studs. The scoop is designed to be compatible with any carburetor that has a 5-1/8” neck, which covers most of your standard brands such as Edelbrock and Holley.

So if you’re on the hunt for that little something to set your ride apart from the rest, check out the Fiberglass Tunnel Ram Shark Scoop from Speedway Motors.

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