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Weiand 8019 Stealth Intake Manifold
Part Number: 8019 Manufacturer:  Weiand
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Sale Price:
$485.52 CAD
List Price:
$534.07
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Product Details

Warehouse: 
B
Product Notes:
Power Band Idle-6500 RPM; High Rise; w/Perf. Oval Port Heads; Square Bore Mounting Flange; 4.75 in. Front H/5.75 in. Rear Height; Satin Finish. Legal Only For Off-Highway Use Or Racing.
  • Engine Intake Manifold
  • CHEV B/B STEALTH SERIES (OVAL)
  • Weiand Stealth Intake - Chevy Big Block V8.
  • High Rise/Dual Plane Design
  • Height: Front 4.75", Rear 5.75"
  • Power band: Idle-6500 RPM
  • Machined for Standard Deck Blocks
  • 4150 Style Square Bore Mounting Flange
  • Weiand Nostalgia Series Intake Manifold
  • Weiand - Dual Plane Intake Manifolds
Prodcut Specifications:
CTO:
US
HSB:
8409915085
LIF:
2
MSR:
N
NPC:
A
NPD:
Top 60% of Product Group Sales Value (Units x $, Hits, etc.)
LIS:
Available To Order
Barrels:
4
Construction:
Cast
Emission Code Description:
Legal for Non-Emissions Controlled Vehicles and Racing Use Only
Emission Code:
3
Engine:
Chevy Big Block V8
Finish:
Satin
Front Height:
4.75 inch
Fuel System Type:
Carb
Manifold Type:
High Rise
Prop 65 Yes/No:
No
Rear Height:
5.75 inch
RPM Power Band:
Idle-6500
Title:
Weiand CHEV B/B STEALTH SERIES (OVAL)
Brand Description:
The Weiand Company was founded by Phil Weiand as a performance parts warehouse in the 1930s and sold a variety of speed parts. The first Weiand product, the "High Weiand" manifold was manufactured and marketed in 1937. It was the first aluminum intake on the market.
Weight:
25.80 lb.
Package Size:
11.50 x 6.88 x 23.00 inches
UPC:
00032474801906
Product Features:
  • Square flange carburetor mounting
  • Power band is from 1500 to 6500 RPM
  • Dual plane design with no EGR provision
  • Port is 1
  • 84 tall and 1
  • 64" wide
  • Overall height of the manifold measures 4
  • 75 front and 5
  • 75 rear
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