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New Kaase Fuel Injection Intake came in today! Pics

Beautiful piece. Those guys are great. Low enough profile that I think I can run a shaker.















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Mmmm, interesting how the runner divider is pushed back between runners 4/8 and 1/5........ I like it
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Flow benh work on intakes of that style (single planes) usally bennift cutting that divider back helps to even the flow also working on the short side radii from the carb pad into the front and rear runners.
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Since it's a dry manifold you might consider polishing the inside a might. Nice piece.
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Straight up ***-kickin'...but anything that comes from Kasse, Kane, RHP, etc .....that's to be expected : )... post results after the build please

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Could you do me a favor, and give me the overall height dimension from the base of the manifold to the top of the throttle body? This looks like it's made to order for my 460 powered 60 Galaxie. Thanks in advance.

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What heads are these for? Am I the only one that thinks the ports look a little small?

Is this a proprietary intake specifically cast by Kaase for FI or a TFS or Victor machined for FI?

Cost?

Also, that thing looks amazing

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Oh, thats why the port shape looked so funny to me

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Yeah, I thought it was for the Boss 9 heads, but I don't see any reason it couldn't be adapted to a similar single plane manifold for a wedge head big block Ford. I would still like to know the overall height of the manifold, and throttle body.

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Yeah, I thought it was for the Boss 9 heads, but I don't see any reason it couldn't be adapted to a similar single plane manifold for a wedge head big block Ford. I would still like to know the overall height of the manifold, and throttle body.

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Its actually a very common thing

http://www.cprparts.com/products/airfuel/spyder.html

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Is it a "national secret" why no one will tell me the combined height of the manifold, and throttle body? I suppose I can find out some other way, but I thought the info would be easy to get from the original poster.

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