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Ram Air with an Air Gap Intake
Hi guys,

I wanted to share with you all my setup for Ram Air using an Air-Gap intake. I have not run the car yet as I ended up moving just as I finished putting the engine in the car. I hope to have the car completed within the next few months. This is more just a show-and-tell Smile


Wow! Goosebumps! That is nice! I have the air gap type of intake on my 302 roller motor. Who is the manufacture of yours?

It's an Edelbrock RPM Air-Gap, and the funny thing is all the Spectre air intake bits (the silver tubes) are all off the shelf and didn't need to be cut... they fit perfectly. I did buy 6" extension tubes however to make it fit the way it does.
very cool!! but if I may add... i loved the closing of the hood...reminded me of Grandpa Munster!


67 Diamond Blue Vert

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LOL even my sig line offended somebody!
Oh that's just too damn cool ! U Da Man! Keep us posted how it works out . Cool

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460 , Edelbrock Performer carb. + intake , 204 / 214 cam , Pertronix Flamethrower 2 billet dizzy + coil , Crites long tubes , C6 .

That is way cool! Is all the extended weight supported by just the carb?


M code 71 Mach 1, 351 4V Cleveland, Ram Air (not factory), C6 Trans, 3.5 rear
Very nice. I actually thought of doing that and running the intake tubes on either side of the radiator. But yours looks awesome.
Well that's cool!
One question...what if you get caught in the rain? I have often wondered if water got pushed in.
caspianwendell;161349 Wrote:One question...what if you get caught in the rain? I have often wondered if water got pushed in.

I was thinking of just covering the ports up from the inside using little flaps. Once you remove the plastic honeycomb 'grills' then you can slip a thin sheet of plastic between the two stampings of the hood to block off the vents. When I trailered my car some 1000 miles to my new location that's what I did as it did in fact rain.

Jim and Jutta;161276 Wrote:That is way cool! Is all the extended weight supported by just the carb?

Yes. The main casting that has the "Y" shape sits on the carb and it is the majority of the weight. The rest of the unit is fairly light. I trailered the car some 1000 miles and everything stayed put, so it should be fine.
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