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Cracked exhaust manifold on a '73 B20F 1800 1973

James asked -- "why a manifold for a carbonated engine won't work." Maybe because of the bubbles? :-) You can cut the carbureted section of a combo intake/exhaust off and use the exhaust section. The flange thickness will be different so you can have the thicker one milled -- or -- I weld a 1/2 ring and full washer to make custom "stepped" washers. ALSO--need to add this--there's a locating pin set into the FI cylinder head -- I can't recall if that effects the intake or the exhaust. -- Dave






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New Cracked exhaust manifold on a '73 B20F [1800][1973]
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