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Alright, here we go.

Which brand intake manifold do you use/prefer?

High rise vs. low rise?

dual plane vs. single plane?

I want to here what you all like.... 8)
 

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What is it for? I would stick with a dual plane in a truck, but go to a high rise or tunnel ram on a car. Maybe something with long runners, like the old 413 max wedges used to run ;D

Mopar perfomance all the way.
 

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Doesn't matter what it's for. It's you opinion....
 

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Doesn't matter what it's for. It's you opinion....
 

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Yup dual plane nad hell a factory manifold will do just as good as well .
 

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the stealth has realy impressed me.. the air gap. is workigg ok too//
 

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Well this is alittle hard

High rise dual plane on low end motor.
High rise open plenum on a high end motor.
High rise open plenum on low end mild and up stroker
Alum Sheetmetal intakes for dual carb motors.

Edelbrock, Weiand, offy intakes
 

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weiland high/dual plenum.
i m a torquey kinda guy
 

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Bielive it or not, i broke off a bolt in the water neck of my edelbrock 318/360 preformer and had to replace it with what I had on hand, which was a stock 340 intake. the stock seemed to give a bit more power and torque plus I got better gas mileage to. but put the edelbrock bac on when I got it fixed.
 
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