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    Smile Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    Hello again people, i'm in the market for an air manifold and the nipples connected to it, I have an 86 dodge omni and am rounding out getting it started, so i need the manifold and vacuum lines. Thanks for your input and advice. Awaiting your response. Errol.

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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    I think FWD and TU sell kits for that. I know they used to sell the vacuum blocks. You can pick up the NPT fittings for them at Home Depot and the like.

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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    Princess Auto have a selection of Air Manifolds if you have 1 locally.

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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    Thanks guys i appreciate the input!!

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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    if you still have one of the original vacuum fittings off the manifold you have something to take with you to match up the thread

    go to the auto parts store and buy a vacuum fitting with multiple ends on it - six should be more than enough locations on the fitting

    save the cash for the vacuum block plus the fittings
    save finding a place to mount the block and a way to route the lines

    simply install the one fitting directly on the manifold and route the lines in a manner similar to the original version

    vacuum lines are much easier to make fit keep secure and to work around if you follow the original design as they were engineered to fit into place, not just be added on top of everything

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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    The V-6 cars have fittings that have 3,4, and 5 connections, they are steel and fit in the same threaded holes in the intake manifold.


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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    I always just drill and tap all the ports I needed on the intake manifold.




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    Re: Air manifold and connectors for such pieces.

    Thanks guys your input is much appreciated. Thanks again

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