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I need a Boss intake for my 72 "R" resoration. At least that is what I believe was used.... Need correct Distributor and carb as well. If anyone has a complete 72 "R" engine that would be even nicer rather than trying to piece one together. On the other hand the price would be a consideration also :s

Grant

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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I need a Boss intake for my 72 "R" resoration. At least that is what I believe was used.... Need correct Distributor and carb as well. If anyone has a complete 72 "R" engine that would be even nicer rather than trying to piece one together. On the other hand the price would be a consideration also :s

Grant

 

I have a 351c intake manifold with the very large secondary carburetor bores and the large intake ports. Don't know if it's what you're looking for. Can you pop a picture? It no longer has the vacuum fitting or plugs.. I cleaned and painted it.

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From the references I have, the D1ZX-9425-CA is correct (requires a 4300D or 4350 carb). Finding a complete 72 HO motor might happen but, given the production numbers it is a stretch. I'd concentrate on the visible bits. Chuck

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I have a contact that was trying to sell a nice one. Not cheap but it was nearly perfect. I'd estimate he wants like $600-$700 for it. Would you like me to get his e-mail address for you?

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From the references I have, the D1ZX-9425-CA is correct (requires a 4300D or 4350 carb). Finding a complete 72 HO motor might happen but, given the production numbers it is a stretch. I'd concentrate on the visible bits. Chuck

 

I didn't know that. I ASSumed the Boss intake would use a Holley carb for some reason....Well, all my older performance Mustangs use Holleys for one.....I even have a Boss 302 intake here I'll use on my "street Boss" engine in my 68FB and IT uses a Holley.

I have a spread bore on my "Q" code convert and am not impressed with it. I wonder if they have a square bore intake that LOOKS like the Boss intake?

As far as the "visible" bits go that's what I have been working towards so far. About all I have now are the Boss valve covers and a D2ZX Damper...plus a 4-bolt D2AE-CA std shortblock w the correct HO forged flattops and closed chamber 4V heads w adjustable valve train. Thinking it'll be around 10.8 to 11 compression ratio w this combo.

Grant


I have a contact that was trying to sell a nice one. Not cheap but it was nearly perfect. I'd estimate he wants like $600-$700 for it. Would you like me to get his e-mail address for you?

 

OK, But I'm starting to have second thoughts now, I didn't realize it was a spread bore and don't really like the idea.... I'm hoping someone makes a square bore that looks the same.

Grant

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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I need a Boss intake for my 72 "R" resoration. At least that is what I believe was used.... Need correct Distributor and carb as well. If anyone has a complete 72 "R" engine that would be even nicer rather than trying to piece one together. On the other hand the price would be a consideration also :s

Grant

 

@ the intake to a q to r code conversion w/an EFI unit~ GT 40 or Boss intake manifold. Temo set up in place of existing 2v intake manifold?

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I need a Boss intake for my 72 "R" resoration. At least that is what I believe was used.... Need correct Distributor and carb as well. If anyone has a complete 72 "R" engine that would be even nicer rather than trying to piece one together. On the other hand the price would be a consideration also :s

Grant

 

@ the intake to a q to r code conversion w/an EFI unit~ GT 40 or Boss intake manifold. Temo set up in place of existing 2v intake manifold?

Just hoping to find a square bore 4V intake that LOOKS like a BOSS intake and can still use my ram air set up. (not a high rise intake) I suppose I could just paint a square bore 70 intake aluminum.... I think I have one in my parts.

Grant

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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Try a Blue Thunder intake. It is a copy of the BOSS 351 intake except with a Holley carb flange. I'm about to use one for my build.

 

http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/itemdy01.asp?T1=IM2+01&Category=Air%2FFuel&subCategory=Intake+Manifolds&SubSubCategory=351C%2F390%2F4227%2F428%2F429%2F460&CatKey=EMUSTANG

Mike

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Yellow 1973 Mustang Mach 1

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Wimbledon White 1966 F-100 Shortbed Styleside, 390ci, Tremec 3550, FiTech EFI

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Try a Blue Thunder intake. It is a copy of the BOSS 351 intake except with a Holley carb flange. I'm about to use one for my build.

 

http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/itemdy01.asp?T1=IM2+01&Category=Air%2FFuel&subCategory=Intake+Manifolds&SubSubCategory=351C%2F390%2F4227%2F428%2F429%2F460&CatKey=EMUSTANG

 

Thanks! Cool....

Grant

On it's way and cheaper than the Boss

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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I agree the blue thunder is a great intake, I have one on the 72. Just as information, the D1ZX-9425-DA was an over the counter part that accepts the Holley carb. Chuck

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I agree the blue thunder is a great intake, I have one on the 72. Just as information, the D1ZX-9425-DA was an over the counter part that accepts the Holley carb. Chuck

 

OHHhh.... So it would be more correct than the blue thunder, just -DA vs -CA. It is the same as the Boss otherwise?

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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Question, an extension about the Boss intake manifold topic that I am trying to find out is, since I took my 72 q code (351 cj) and had comp cam solid titanium lifters and Lunati Hi Performance flat top camshaft installed and all pushed my compression up to 9.5:1 and kept my Edelbrock 2 Barrel Intake Manifold of when I got it, whether the Ford GT 40 Intake Manifold adapted to my upgrade and modification of an EFI unit by Holley would show significant if any horsepower increase while maintaining the same high end torque at low mph as the same, if the Boss R code Intake Manifold .....and if any difference between these two manifolds?

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Question, an extension about the Boss intake manifold topic that I am trying to find out is, since I took my 72 q code (351 cj) and had comp cam solid titanium lifters and Lunati Hi Performance flat top camshaft installed and all pushed my compression up to 9.5:1 and kept my Edelbrock 2 Barrel Intake Manifold of when I got it, whether the Ford GT 40 Intake Manifold adapted to my upgrade and modification of an EFI unit by Holley would show significant if any horsepower increase while maintaining the same high end torque at low mph as the same, if the Boss R code Intake Manifold .....and if any difference between these two manifolds?

 

Hi Mustang Dynasty,

I would start a new thread if I was you.... sounds like a technical question and this thread is in the "wanted to buy".

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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Hi there,

If you are after an intake manifold that has all the original Ford markings and accepts Holley, then try Scott Cook. The website is scmenginedevelopments.com. I have only seen one of these in person that was already on an engine, but they have a great reputation here in Australia and a lot of the GT guys here love using them as they work really well and keep that original look. I think he may have a distributor over in the US as well, as he was in with somebody over there that was going to use or used his gear in the recent Dyno Masters comp. Maybe have a look on the site and contact him about a distributor over there in the US. Hope this helps you out.

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Just hoping to find a square bore 4V intake that LOOKS like a BOSS intake and can still use my ram air set up. (not a high rise intake) I suppose I could just paint a square bore 70 intake aluminum.... I think I have one in my parts.

Grant

 

A cheap and easy way to do square bore that supports Ram Air - if you don't mind putting a steel intake on the car - is to use a '71 M-code intake. Those were made for the 4300A, and they're almost a perfect squarebore (3/16" difference between primary and secondary holes). I don't know if this would force you into the 4300A to support Ram Air or not - I'm not sure of the stack difference between the 4300A, Holley body, or Edelbrock body.

 

That said, I have a Holley 4160 600cfm sitting on top of my '71 intake with zero problems. It's not Ram-Air though. Can get you a height measurement if necessary:

 

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-Kurt

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Just hoping to find a square bore 4V intake that LOOKS like a BOSS intake and can still use my ram air set up. (not a high rise intake) I suppose I could just paint a square bore 70 intake aluminum.... I think I have one in my parts.

Grant

 

A cheap and easy way to do square bore that supports Ram Air - if you don't mind putting a steel intake on the car - is to use a '71 M-code intake. Those were made for the 4300A, and they're almost a perfect squarebore (3/16" difference between primary and secondary holes). I don't know if this would force you into the 4300A to support Ram Air or not - I'm not sure of the stack difference between the 4300A, Holley body, or Edelbrock body.

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-Kurt

 

Yep, I took my Edelbrock Performer intake off and put the Cast Iron M-code intake back on with an Edelbrock Thunder Series carb, no issues with my Ram Air. The 71 M-code intake is a pretty darn good intake, other than being a little more cold natured (plus heavier) if anything it runs better than the performer intake. Could be because it has bigger ports than the 4V Performer. Edlebrock says they made the 4V ports smaller than those on the 4V heads to increase low end torque but I don't notice it.

Jim

 

M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear

 

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Just hoping to find a square bore 4V intake that LOOKS like a BOSS intake and can still use my ram air set up. (not a high rise intake) I suppose I could just paint a square bore 70 intake aluminum.... I think I have one in my parts.

Grant

 

A cheap and easy way to do square bore that supports Ram Air - if you don't mind putting a steel intake on the car - is to use a '71 M-code intake. Those were made for the 4300A, and they're almost a perfect squarebore (3/16" difference between primary and secondary holes). I don't know if this would force you into the 4300A to support Ram Air or not - I'm not sure of the stack difference between the 4300A, Holley body, or Edelbrock body.

...

-Kurt

 

Yep, I took my Edelbrock Performer intake off and put the Cast Iron M-code intake back on with an Edelbrock Thunder Series carb, no issues with my Ram Air. The 71 M-code intake is a pretty darn good intake, other than being a little more cold natured (plus heavier) if anything it runs better than the performer intake. Could be because it has bigger ports than the 4V Performer. Edlebrock says they made the 4V ports smaller than those on the 4V heads to increase low end torque but I don't notice it.

 

I've already ordered the Blue thunder so I guess I'm stuck with that unless someone has that over the counter D1ZX-DA they want to swap with me!

Grant

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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I am using a Blue Thunder manifold and I am liking it so far. I have read on other sites of people having the Ram Air setup using this manifold and also some saying it won't work. I plan to try to install the RAM Air system but going to have to modify the air cleaner some because the MSD distributors sit higher and don't clear the air cleaner. When I start this mod I'll document this in a thread in case it works. I am going to use a repro air cleaner because it will involve cutting the air cleaner up and I don't want to destroy an original one. Probably will start this this winter while the car hibernates.

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351C 4V cc heads, 10.5 : 1 CR, 290 Herbert cam, Flat top forged pistons, forged connecting rods, Atomic efi,

C6 with Gear Vendor overdrive, 3.89 Tru Trac, Hooker Super Comp with 2 1/2" Pypes Exhaust.        

 

Some Mod pictures can be seen at: [button=http://www.7173mustangs.com/forum-garage?filterxt_uid=2026]Bojo's Garage[/button]

 

 

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One of those D1ZX-9425-DA intakes has just gone up for sale on Aus ebay, but for $1100, it won't be me buying it. As much as I'd love to have a factory alloy intake on my car, just can't justify spending that sort of coin though. They come up for sale every now and then in Australia as these intakes were used back in the day for racing. Loved hearing the story that Allan Moffat tells of the "cheats" back in the day, and one of them involves these intakes. They would get the car through scrutineering, then afterwards they'd change intakes, they were painted blue, and the mechanics would act like the intake was as heavy as cast iron, by groaning and puffing and panting when installing it. The amount of stuff that used to go on back in the day of "production racing" was unbelievable. But the last one I saw that sold here went for $600 Aus, I know this because by the time I seen it advertised and called the guy it was gone. He said he only had it advertised for less than an hour before the guy snapped it up.

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I have an intake and carb off a 72 r code my # is 902-670-5738, Cheers Janmie

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Loved hearing the story that Allan Moffat tells of the "cheats" back in the day, and one of them involves these intakes. They would get the car through scrutineering, then afterwards they'd change intakes, they were painted blue, and the mechanics would act like the intake was as heavy as cast iron, by groaning and puffing and panting when installing it.

 

I'm surprised they didn't do the trick of spraying them with brake lathe shavings first, then painting them. Easy to pass the magnet test.

 

-Kurt

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Question, an extension about the Boss intake manifold topic that I am trying to find out is, since I took my 72 q code (351 cj) and had comp cam solid titanium lifters and Lunati Hi Performance flat top camshaft installed and all pushed my compression up to 9.5:1 and kept my Edelbrock 2 Barrel Intake Manifold of when I got it, whether the Ford GT 40 Intake Manifold adapted to my upgrade and modification of an EFI unit by Holley would show significant if any horsepower increase while maintaining the same high end torque at low mph as the same, if the Boss R code Intake Manifold .....and if any difference between these two manifolds?

 

Hi Mustang Dynasty,

I would start a new thread if I was you.... sounds like a technical question and this thread is in the "wanted to buy".

In an indirect and round about way, I am looking at buying a Boss intake manifold if not an upgrade from my existing 2 barrel intake manifold to the air gap 4 barrel intake manifold. But you got a good point about taking the questions to the technicalese.

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I have an intake and carb off a 72 r code my # is 902-670-5738, Cheers Janmie

 

Probably the spread bore? If so, I've decided to go square bore Holley flange.....so...unless it was fairly cheap....I'd only be interested because of the numbers and the fact that my car came with it.

Grant

72 "Q" convertible, C-6, console, AC, PDB, PS, PTop, 1 of 330

72 "R" Mach, 351 HO, 4-sp, forest green met, 1 of 336

71 "J" 429cj Torino GT fastback, 4-sp, buckets, grabber blue, 1 of 80

71 "C" 429cj GT Ranchero, 4-sp, PDB, manual steering!, med met blue, laser stripes, 4-sale $2500, needs engine, tranny, and restored, one of (36)!! w 429cj 4-sp, and no shaker, my rarest car...

70 "J" 429scj Torino Cobra FB drag pac, C-6, buckets, console, tach, vermillion

70 "Q" Mach I, 4-speed, PDB, PS 1 of 320

69 "R" 428cj (rebuilt) Torino Cobra FB, C-6, PDB, PS, buckets, console, black, 4-sale, 11k, needs int&paint (orig candy apple red) 4-sale

69 "R" 428scj Mach drag pac, C-6, console, candy apple red.

68 "S" 390GT CSGT, 4-sp, tach, gulfstream aqua 1 of 112?

68 FB Resto Mod, 408 stroker, 500+HP, 5-sp, 4-wheel 12.19" Willwoods, Global West, sub frame con, etc.....black jade

66 GT 350 FB Tribute, 331 stroker, 450 HP, built C-4, 3.55 posi, HOoo HA!

And a few more.... Been Hi-grading for 30+ years now

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About the r code intake Boss on 1972HO's site, I got a Holley Avenger EFI w/700cfm solid throttle body carb on mine. The intake by itself, and the size of the carb it is tied to, ?


and at this point in 3 months at the dyno tune, am I really ready to do it all over again in the exchanging my 2 barrel intake for another and will it actually increase the hp and torque w/out losing something else on the way as well as another 6 months to a dyno tun shop?

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