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    Cast Iron Bowtie Intake

    I picked up a dual bolt pattern Q-jet Holley cast iron Bowtie high rise SBC intake today, never seen one before, anyone know what they came off. Looks very similar to the aluminum LT-1 intake I run on my 67 Camaro.

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    Hello Markm


    Will this help you out ???


    https://www.chevrolet.com/performanc...and-components

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    If it's "Bowtie", it never came on a production car. Strictly GM aftermarket.

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    It has holes for 75 up LWP alt and AC brackets, but no EGR and the choke pad is the same as 72 truck or 74 Z28. I am sure its marine or some special dirt track part.

    Thanks Sid it is not listed in that link.

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    Here is a link to one on EBAY. $279.00 ouch

    eBay item number:155281940825

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    I pulled up a Performer off a parts truck yesterday. now I have a decision to make on what to use. It weighs a fraction of what the Bowtie weighs. I really do not think that matters much with the springs and shocks beefed up for caring a snowplow.
    Last edited by markm; 01-10-2023 at 09:27 AM.

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