Holley Street Dominator™ Small Block Chevy Intake Manifold now available with Everbright™ Finish
Holley is proud to announce the availability of their Everbright™ finished Street Dominator intake manifold for small block Chevy engines, PN 300-36C. The Everbright™ finish has the look of polished aluminum and the durability of powder coating. It is low maintenance with no polishing required and will not be affected by heat or gasoline spills. The 300-36C fits 262-400 CID engines from 1957-1986 and 1987 and later engines with aluminum heads.
The 300-36C high rise dual plane design offers a large plenum with increased runner volume to feed high horsepower engines. Each 356-T6 casting is CNC machined to give an exact fit and exact port match to the heads with ports measuring 1.99” H and 1.14” W with plenty extra material designed into the casting for the power hungry enthusiast who insists on port matching the intake for optimum performance.
As cast, the 300-36C intake weighs in at a mere 17 lbs. The 300-36C makes best power from 1500 to 6800 RPM’s while giving excellent hood clearance with a front height of 4.44” and a rear height of 5.33” and has a 4150 style square bore mounting flange.
For more information contact Holley Tech Service, P.O. Box 10360, Bowling Green, KY., 42101-7360, Telephone 270-781-9741. For nearest dealer: 1-800-HOLLEY-1. Or visit us on the web: www.holley.com.
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