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Totally Tubular
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SubmitterddgonzalMore Photos from ddgonzal   Last Update2008/4/14 5:16    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Can this be adapted to the A-series?

Factory Ford EFI setup, 1991-1996 Escort 1.9 liter "CVH" (Compound Valve Hemi) engine.

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Posted: 2017/11/12 10:47  Updated: 2017/11/12 10:47
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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Posts: 9947
 Re: Totally Tubular
thats awesome

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2008/4/14 5:36  Updated: 2008/4/14 5:36
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 Re: Totally Tubular
These things are dime-a-dozen. There must have been a baker's dozen just sitting around -- like this one -- at the local Pull-A-Part.

Intake Manifold: $12.50
Fuel Distributor: $8.50
I reckon they'd charge a few bucks more for the throttle body and TPS sensor.

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revhead001
Posted: 2008/4/14 5:27  Updated: 2008/4/14 5:27
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 Re: Totally Tubular
You would think that it would be close to matching a weber manifold. Mabey a light cut and shut job. It would be great for top end or turbo application.