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Offline blie

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intake manifold???
« on: January 21, 2003, 01:12:34 am »
Hey I am wondering if any body can help me? I have a 67 mustang fastback. I have put a 351 windsor using a set of 69 boss 302 heads. I am currently using a boss 302 intake manifold with a set of spacer plates from price motor sports. I have looked every where for a clevor manifold but I have only found three different companies That make a 2v clevor manifold. Clevor is for windsor clevand head swap. The reason I want a single plane manifold is because I want to multiport inject this motor as I am going to supercharge it. Does any body now if there is either a 4v clevor manifold around or does anybody make a single plane boss 302 intake manifold? Or are there used ones around???? let me know any info is extremely helpful. All the best Bob.

Offline Carl

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Try "Track Boss"
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2003, 06:35:28 pm »
Most of the swap manifolds I've seen were described as "Street Boss" or "Track Boss" manifolds.  The Track Boss is a single plane, and is available for a 351W set up, as well as a 302 set up.
'70 Boss 302
'70 M-Code Vert w/ Shaker
'85 1C SVO
'01 Cobra
'02 Excursion (7.3l)
'04 Expedition
'06 Mazda Speed6

Offline blie

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« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2003, 07:10:34 pm »
I am trying to buy a boss 302 hilborn injection set up and convert it to electronic ignition. This will bolt directly to my spacer plates that I have right now. Thanks for you feed back. I have already bought a B&A track boss but the flange is too small to cover the 4v ports as it is made for the cleavland 2c head. I sold it to a friend. Is there any single plane boss 302 intakes around or are they all dual planes?  Thanks for your feed back Bob

Offline JimH9F02G186570

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intake manifold???
« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2003, 08:35:04 am »
The most common single plane Boss 302 manifold in the Roush manifold like this one shown on our own web site.  

They pop up on ebay occasionally but there may be other sources.

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Hillborn now offers a complete EFI setup....
« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2003, 09:40:53 am »
but its pricey.  I have priced a used Hillborn manifold and a separate conversion here locally in Southern California and its about 1000 to 1500 bucks cheaper.....

this was received from Hillborn

Thanks for your inquiry. Yes, we can supply the same EFI kit set-up for our 302 Boss Ford Fuel Injector. We have not had an order yet to make one so I do not have a price for you. You would be the first to receive such a kit if you are interested! Most of our kits sell for $5300 to $5400 so I would think this same price range would apply.

Hilborn-Fuel Injection Engr.


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