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73 351C 4v ram air vacuum line, where to attach?
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So I ordered the ram air plenum and air breather but noticed all of my vacuum lines are taken up on the port behind the carburator. The vacuum port on the front of the intake has a bolt covering it so I dont know if I can remove it and put something there or use one of the ones on the backside. The Tee on the backside is all used up, it has 4 ports. One goes to the brake booster, one goes through the firewall into the dash, one goes to the C02 canister and the other attaches to a metal line behind engine to the gas tank. I found this photo on this site and the port looks the same as mine.

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Factory ran the ram air line off a T in the line to the air cleaner


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I also have an Edelbrock 650 cfm 4 barrel carb and it has a rear vacuum port, maybe I can use that for the ram air?
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(10-22-2019, 07:51 AM)Zatherith Wrote: I also have an Edelbrock 650 cfm 4 barrel carb and it has a rear vacuum port, maybe I can use that for the ram air?

You can use any full manifold vacuum source.


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