I have this accessory intake manifold that I have not seen before. I tried doing a search on it, but have come up empty.
I assume the port on the front (which seems to be a straight thread) was for a fitting that I can only assume had some piping of sorts that went to the exhaust manifold.
There are two ports just under the up curve before the main ports that are about 1/4" diameter---which I can assume was to let the heat back out. These face out the sides front to back---almost inline of where it says Syracuse, NY
The bulbous center which I will call the heating port, does not connect in anyway to the two intake ports and carb port, but rather surrounds that section of the manifold.
The carb port opening is approx 1/8" smaller in diameter than a normal T intake.
Does anyone have more info or seen this manifold before?
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Nice manifold Syracuse is 15 min. Away from me and it was
Pretty cool to find this dual manifold here these guys must
Have been in competition .
As usual, my searching skills prove unworthy compared to others.
Mark, THANK YOU Very much, that is pretty much what I had in mind. I wonder how the pipe attached to the exhaust manifold. I am thinking a hole was drilled for the tubing. This might explain the two holes drilled I explained above, and thus would let the exhaust gasses escape as a small exhaust leak.
Jim, I bought the manifold from out of state. I took a chance on it, I probably paid more than I should, but i felt the need to bring it back to NY. Plus I never have seen this particular manifold before---or yours for that matter.