Tall Deck Rectangular Port Dominator Flanged Big Block Chevy Team G Intake Manifold
Weiand is proud to announce the availability of their newest Team G™ intake manifold for tall deck big block Chevy engines with rectangular port cylinder heads, P/N 7624. Weiand sets a new precedent in intake manifold design for which all others will follow.
Using Pro-E computer design, rapid prototyping, CFD air flow design, along with a permanent mold casting process, the 7624 Team G produces more horsepower and torque then similar intakes currently on the market. The permanent mold casting process produces a lighter and more consistent casting. The results are smoother intake runners that optimize atomization of fuel, mixing of fuel/air and the distribution of the fuel/ air to the cylinders creating more power.
Each casting is CNC machined to give an exact fit and exact port match to the heads with ports measuring 2.28¡¨ H and 1.48¡¨ W. The 7624 makes best power from 3500 to 8500 RPM¡¦s. The single plane design utilizes a 4500 carburetor mounting flange. The 7624 Team G has a front height of 6.24¡¨ and a rear height of 6.24¡¨.
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.weiand.com.
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