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As you guys may have seen on social media we are almost finished putting the final touches, for a custom intake manifold for the l-series. We thought it only be fair to post here as well. Here are the details... Finally a Beautifully Tig welded Aluminum Intake Manifold For the L-Series motors. With a choice of 75/ 90mm Throttle body and Fuel Rail. We have been researching and devoloping this behind the scenes it is a very well thought out piece that has function and form combined. Link to store with full details (75mm intake set) Follow us on our Facebook and Instagram by giving a like to stay up date with new product development and sales. now check out sweet shots!! More on our social media pages Link
Hello! I have just started with these engines and i have discovered something that boggles my mind. I just bought a Mangoletsi DCOE intake manifold for my L31 stroker, which is the very first L-series engine i have owned. And just now i saw that there are only holes for mounting the intake manifold on the upper side of the manifold. I was puzzled by this and had to go and test mount it on the engine, thinking that maybe i have to drill my own holes in the manifold in case different heads have different location of the lower mounting screws, but i was further thrown into thought when i saw that the head didn't have any mounting holes for the lower part of the manifold as well. The first thing to come to mind when seeing this is that it's not gonna be sufficient for properly sealing the intake to the head. Especially if running high boost? At least this is the feeling i get. It feels like i want to drill out some holes in the head and tap them with 8mm thread so that i can properly mount the lower part of the intake to the head. If someone could explain this to me, i would feel much better. Because right now it feels really wierd..