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 on: May 18, 2018, 01:42:51 AM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by 98Dak408
The guy got the intake only from Godfather Racing who has been sponsored by Mancini Racing for years. 

There is no telling who or where this initially came from.

However, my father was an engineer at Chrysler and he said some of the enthusiasts would pick parts a out of the garbage that were going to be scrapped after prototyping.

The guy bought the intake and found he couldn't run it otherwise since it is so unique.

I'm glad I was able to help him out.

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 on: May 17, 2018, 05:31:06 PM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by magnumman
Wow!  Rare indeed.  I researched and I can't find anything on it.

I wonder if it was for a prototype Police motor or Shelby Dakota or maybe saved from a scrap yard from one of the Concept cars that Chrysler crushes.  The only reason I bring up concept vehicle is because maybe space was an issue in the engine bay with the weird injector angle.   I would email Chrysler or Mopar Performance themselves and ask if they have any record of it, if you would like me to email them I will and give them a link to this topic.  Let me know.

With that 23* angle on the injector it seems like a +4 or higher on fuel sync would be better for performance.

Do you have any of the original brackets or rails that we can research part number on?

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 on: May 17, 2018, 08:33:52 AM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by Richie
That's very interesting.

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 on: May 16, 2018, 02:57:29 AM 
Started by 98Dak408 - Last post by 98Dak408
A customer Keith dropped off an intake manifold in which the OEM fuel rails wouldn’t fit.  I’d never seen this intake before.  It looks like an M1 2-bbl but there are several differences:

1.    It appears to have a Chrysler part number but ii is not designated with a “P” part number: 53031728AA
2.   The arrangement of mounting bosses is different from the Mopar aftermarket 2-bbl.
3.   The plenum is not as tall.
4.   The intake ports at the flange are extremely square and accurate. 
5.   And most notably, the injector bungs are cast and machined at a 23-degree angle where the OEM and other aftermarket intakes (Airgap, M1 4-bbl, and M1 2-bbl) have a 13-degree angle.
6.   There are other minor differences as well. 

I wonder if this intake may have been a prototype that found its way out of the scrap heap back in the day?

To make fuel rails fit beneath the 52mm throttle body linkage without a spacer, I used the shorter Hemi 30# injectors, and sunk the injector ports further into the fuel rail.  The 6AN fuel rails were also machined with 8AN ports for 8AN fittings.  This intake was more of a challenge due to the extreme injector angle and short plenum.












This is going in a Jeep with a 402 stroker:




The engine was built by Godfather Racing in Fraser, Michigan. 


 5 
 on: May 10, 2018, 04:58:25 AM 
Started by RockAuto - Last post by RockAuto
I just updated the discount code at the top of this thread!

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 on: April 17, 2018, 02:20:34 PM 
Started by Durango911 - Last post by hemiguy
  I hate guessing hp with imperfect information but I'd think it would be around 440 hp+ at the crank.  I'm guessing the cam is the 236/242 on a 110 lsa.



yes it is a 236/242 on a 108 lsa      huges cam # SEH3642AL-8
if any other info is needed I can suppy it      thanks


Looks like a nice setup Hemiguy.  When do you expect to get it on the street?



car is at a buddys getting roll cage minitub new leaf springs front disk brakes   after that all I am gonna need to do is finish the motor--got all the engine parts just need to get block to machine shop-hope to have it back on the stree byJuly

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 on: April 16, 2018, 04:40:32 PM 
Started by Durango911 - Last post by magnumman
  I hate guessing hp with imperfect information but I'd think it would be around 440 hp+ at the crank.  I'm guessing the cam is the 236/242 on a 110 lsa.



yes it is a 236/242 on a 108 lsa      huges cam # SEH3642AL-8
if any other info is needed I can suppy it      thanks


Looks like a nice setup Hemiguy.  When do you expect to get it on the street?

 8 
 on: April 15, 2018, 04:39:23 AM 
Started by Durango911 - Last post by hemiguy
  I hate guessing hp with imperfect information but I'd think it would be around 440 hp+ at the crank.  I'm guessing the cam is the 236/242 on a 110 lsa.



yes it is a 236/242 on a 108 lsa      huges cam # SEH3642AL-8
if any other info is needed I can suppy it      thanks

 9 
 on: April 14, 2018, 03:12:38 PM 
Started by Durango911 - Last post by 98Dak408
  I hate guessing hp with imperfect information but I'd think it would be around 440 hp+ at the crank.  I'm guessing the cam is the 236/242 on a 110 lsa.

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 on: April 14, 2018, 11:22:13 AM 
Started by Durango911 - Last post by magnumman
any ideas what I might expect out of my 408 build up
69 dodge dart 3300pounds
3500stall 4-10 gear 28 inch tall tire
engine is 408   11to1 compression     hughes hydraulic flat tapit cam 582/600 lift    1-6 roller rockers
heads arealuminum  indy w-2 heads  210 cc intake runners
 2-10 intake vlvs  1-65 exhaust vlvs
360-3r indy single plane intake  850 carb

Rough estimate is about 368hp.
http://www.bgsoflex.com/roughhp.html

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