Bowtie Competition Intake Manifold, 18°


  • Aluminum 18° competition manifold
  • Ideal for 310-cubic-inch road racing and 358-cubic-inch short track engines
  • Features smaller runners and an auxillary water line boss
  • Weighs 22.5 lbs
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Bowtie Competition Intake Manifold

P/N 24502481

– Developed for NASCAR’s shorter tracks and works well on Trans-Am-series engines
– Features smaller runners and less plenum volume, which enhances mid-range torque
Aluminum intake fits 18° heads casting
– Manifold is ideal for 310-cubic-inch road racing and 358-cubic-inch short track engines
– Manifold flanges are 0.590″ thick to promote a good gasket seal
– An auxiliary water line boss at the rear of the casting improves water flow
– Weight 22.5 lbs
– Volume 2700cc

Additional Required Components:

  • Gaskets (1) 10185007

Engine Application: 18? high-port racing heads


Bowtie 18ᄚ Competition Intake Manifold

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