They're all cool, but the cast ones are boss. Don't know what if anything guys are doing about heating the bottom of the carbs at all, or if it's at all necessary as it is with a stock manifold. I like the split tube headers too.
I do have the heat plate (from 'Stovebolt' ) . . . but , I do - not have it installed . . . . . . . . . . . .The colder the carb the more dense the mixture. For decades hot roders have been blocking of the caerb heat. If you are under 3500 ft odds are your carb will be fine.
I am using the cast iron split exhaust on my 68 inline 6. Bought them from Langdon Stovebolt but think he sold that business to 12bolt.com.They're all cool, but the cast ones are boss. Don't know what if anything guys are doing about heating the bottom of the carbs at all, or if it's at all necessary as it is with a stock manifold. I like the split tube headers too.
Hi Jim, thanks a lot for your support. Look pretty good this option. I will take a look too....Luis . . . .
also This = out till 2nd week of FEB Exh Manifolds Dual Chevy 194-230-250-292 (12bolt.com)
here's a picture on my '69 250 motor :
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2. - - SNS member ' theycallmelaramie ' - - Joe's 250 - 6 , in his 63 Nova SS .
and , here is a good "six - cylinder" post , FYI . . . . with pictures .
(1) inline 6 4 bbl setup | Chevy Nova Forum (stevesnovasite.com)
I hope this helps . . .
later , jim
Jim, I live in Mount Juliet, TN.... Thanks for the invitation. Would be a honor for me drive a Chevy Nova... because I never did it....rssss... let me explain myself: did you already heard about the Chevrolet Opala (made in Brazil)? Yes... I have one, and we use a inline 6 250... same Nova's engine... so, I'm searching parts for my 1988 Chevrolet Opala!Luis . . . .
where do you live . . . . (city & state) . . . . . you could drop by & drive my Nova . . . . . . . !
I'm just saying . . . .