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    Default name this intake manifold.....please.

    Is this a holley intake ? Im trying to figure out a part # for a top plate gasket...........Thanks
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    Edelbrock?

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    Beats me , it aint got a mark on it anywhere. Ground off maybe ?

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    Here's a little better pic that was taken during the "brief" period it was a two seater.
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    It is an edelbrock. had one just like it..

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    oops, forgot the pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjet View Post
    Is this a holley intake ? Im trying to figure out a part # for a top plate gasket...........Thanks
    Never used gaskets on the top half, just used silicone on them, seemed to work ok for me, but then i always did things different.

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    Its an edelbrock, Suprised Penberty hasnt chimed in here.

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    Holy Polish Batman! Looks great!
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    Yep edelbrock victor ram 2-r

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    Quote Originally Posted by cs19 View Post
    Edelbrock?
    Yep, nailed that one..... Neeeexxxtttt

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARMER JOHN View Post
    Never used gaskets on the top half, just used silicone on them, seemed to work ok for me, but then i always did things different.
    gm makes a engine adhesive that would seal dat up for good and its lite grey, but nothing like silicone. we seal everything up with it these days, no such thing as a pan gasket anymore on gm's

    gm p#88861417 there's no better engine sealant!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    gm makes a engine adhesive that would seal dat up for good and its lite grey, but nothing like silicone. we seal everything up with it these days, no such thing as a pan gasket anymore on gm's

    gm p#88861417 there's no better engine sealant!!!
    I don't like it. Messy and hard to take apart. Lots of cleanup. JMHO

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    Default Right Stuff

    [QUOTE][/QPermatex® the Right Stuff® Gasket Maker

    Return equipment to service immediately when you make leak-proof gaskets in just one minute with the Right Stuff.® This latest elastomeric rubber gasket technology is blowout resistant and outperforms pre-cut gaskets. Specified on production lines by GM, Ford, DaimlerChrysler and Mercedes-Benz. Temperature range -75°F to 450°F (-59°C to 232°C) continuous, 500°F (260°C) intermittent.; resists ATF, coolant, oil and other shop fluids. Protects against leaks caused by vibration and thermal expansion. Sensor-safe.
    UOTE] Here's the info. But I still don't like it.

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