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Old 02-07-2019, 12:37 PM   #201
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Re: TCI to start new R&D Project with a C10!

My fears were confirmed. The Holley High-Ram intake will not clear the Astrovan Doghouse.





Realizing that the manifold would need to be changed I started grafting this Astrovan doghouse to the tunnel & floor.



Paper tamplate














You get the idea, so fast forward to all pieces in place.





I am not ready to close out the firewall yet. I've got a plan for up there but I need to mount Ed's wheels again and cycle the steering at full compression. I'm looking to gain some forward foot space without encroaching on tire clearance.

I mentioned that the Holley High-Ram won't clear. We ended up changing to the Sniper Race Series. The only problem there is the inlet is 90mm. So I spent some time opening it up to 102 to match the throttle body.







Halfway there


Quite the mess


Aaaaaannnnnd DONE
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Old 02-07-2019, 07:54 PM   #202
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Re: TCI to start new R&D Project with a C10!

That is a sweet manifold. Needs a clear top to show off the 8 little stacks!
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