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Old 03-25-13, 05:18PM   #1
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Default shaker scoop alum. intake choice?

Hello, my brother recently got a 77 T/A with a factory 400 Pontiac with a shaker scoop, which aluminum intakes will fit and retain the factory height to allow the shaker to still fir properly? Thanks, Jeff
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performer, holley street, factory aluminum intake.
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Others with modifications....

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A torker II will also work with a drop base mod. I've measured almost all of them. If you're interested, send me your email and I can send you an excel sheet with a lot of intake height data and air cleaner data.
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I also have a 77 TA and Edelbrock intake, purchased the Butler drop base air cleaner its all good now but still cant put a NOS plate under my carb.
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