mattri":3n74u2g9 said:This may be a dumb question, is the runner being so much longer for the 1 and 6 cyl and shorter for the 3 and 4 cyl's going tbe an issue? I always wondered why intakes aren't more like an equal leangth header. Thanks, Matt.
Look at some of the in takes of the 1930s and 1940s. Many looked like household plumbing connections. Concern about equal lengths, equal volumes, straight runners, etc was as not paramount. Packaging was a larger issue in those smallish cars. I tried to make it look OLD. Several modern inlines - slant six Chryslers and 2.3L Pintos come immediately to mind - have unequal runners and perform acceptably too.