RE: Water neck clearance - Poly 4bbl
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RE: Water neck clearance - Poly 4bbl



A big thanks Ricky!!!  Gary P worked very diligently to keep Javier’s desire for an even taller manifold under control…lol… We’re seeing the fruits of our efforts finally bringing joy eh?  More manifolds on the way sometime around New Years… Thanks to all for your patience and encouragement!

 

From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Hall, Ricky L
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2014 8:37 AM
To: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Water neck clearance - Poly 4bbl

 

Popped the thermostat housing and upper hose off the Dart to check clearance over the holiday.  While a straight up water neck wasn’t going to fit, the OEM has enough angle to work just fine.  With the added height, might need an upper hose with a tighter bend.

 

Hood clearance is very close to the same as stock 2bbl from what I measure with this combo.  (Edelbrock 1406 with electric choke - and  Mr Gasket 4339 low profile air cleaner assembly).

 

Plan to do the bottom end this winter, so as I am taking it apart will set this on and confirm hood clearance with some clay.  Much easier to get a lower profile air cleaner assembly, when you do not have an electric choke.  So a bit of a challenge, but I think this is the combo that will work for me.

 

If there is room - have my eye on a slightly taller air filter element 2 1/4” vs 2”:

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sdk-b7sz-9601-r\

 

For those who need 90 degree water neck, CVR products says theirs will fit:

http://cvrproducts.com/thermostat-housings-chrysler/

 

 

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