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Old 05-25-2006, 02:51 AM   #41
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These are the pics for a Series II intake manifold:













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Joe, whoever sold you that ripped you. That'* a Series 2 L67 manifold if I'm not mistaken. It is not off a Series 1 by any stretch of the imagination. Look at the port spacing and coolant passage locations. Not to mention the lack of injector bosses (which are in the heads of a S2).
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It was killing me for him to see the pics and comment.!!!!!

The S2 can be seen, not only as the injectors, but also the coolant elbow versus a coolant outlet pipe and a few other differences.
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Yeah that is certainly no 1994 manifold. I wish i took more detailed pics of mine.
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Matt, you said yours looks like the 95 Manifold inside that I posted......what did you say the part number was? Same as the 95 mani, or different? Never mind, found it again. You had a 2302 on your 93? I'm going out on a limb here and say it was changed before you bought it. That'* current production right now if you were to buy a new manifold for 92-95. I'd bet it went active for the first time in 94.

Can we get some more 93 and 94 L67'* to post the part number located below the nosedrive on the LIM?
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Something must of caused the original one to die. I have a 1993 Manifold on its way to me now. I'm going to port that baby, but im also going to take my time, and be so disgustingly precise about it too. Lots of pics this time.


I would be very intrested to see everyones P/N'* as well..maybe we should make a notice in Gen Chat?
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Woops!!! I posted the wrong pictures!!! It was very late last night, and I downloaded the wrong pictures from my camera!!! I will post the right ones tonight!! This is an intake that I wil be doing some flow work as soon as I am done with the Series 1 intake.
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Here'* mine

P/N - 24502302

Build date of car - 2/94
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Here'* mine

P/N - 24502302

Build date of car - 2/94
That'* good. Confirms my suspicions so far. 94 saw the new manifold. Now some more 94'* and a few 93'*?
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No pics handy at the moment, but this is from a 94 L67:

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