STREETINDUCTION MOUNTING AND INTAKE MANIFOLD HEIGHT CONSIDERATIONS
when mounting the IN600 Street Induction, it is desirable to
mount the base of the StreetInduction body close to the Intake
Manifold Port Runners.
This will make for a neat and authentic looking installation.
can run the unit on a Single or Dual plane manifold, possibly
the Single plane manifold may be a little nicer because the
port runners are generally always the same height, so the base
induction will sit right down close to all eight runners. The
overall appearance, however, is not really affected a lot between
and single plane manifolds by the time the whole thing is set up
and on a Small Block chevy the RPM Air gap performer manifold
is actually quite a good choice.
'best' ingredient for a "good looking fit" is
to polish the manifold. By the time you fit hoses, throttle
linkages, plug leads, thermostat housing etc it can look pretty
SHIPPED - CARBURETOR PAD HEIGHT UP TO AROUND 5"
IN600 Street Induction as shipped comes with a 2 1/2" high
hi-performance paper air filter element and could be fitted
to any manifold with a carb pad height up to around 5",
as measured from the 'manifold to block' sealing surfaces at
and back of the intake manifold, to a point taken between the
front and rear barrels on the carburetor mounting pad.
PAD HEIGHT UP TO AROUND 5 1/2"
IN600 Street Induction can be fitted to manifolds with a carb
pad height up to 5 1/2" but generally speaking this can only
be achieved by running a 2" high air filter element.
an example, manifolds with a carburetor pad mounting height
measurement of 4 1/2" or less can actually run up to a 3" high
K&N air filter elements if desired.
The mounting height 'position' of the IN600 Street Induction body
base in relation to the Intake manifold can be achieved by using
different air filter element heights, or by using different 'carb
spacers' under the carburetor, or by a combination of both of these.
Unit comes with full mounting instructions and filter