The old Corvettes had that style manifold, didn't they? Were those pre
heated? I sure like the way the stock manifold allows me to drive my trucks
in cold wet snowy weather. It gets cold in some of the mountains in
Allen Coblentz wrote:
> I've always wanted to but fenton headers on my 235...just love the sound
> of that 6 split in half. But, I know my truck just won't run right
> without the exhaust pre-heating the intake/carb. It might be OK in the
> warmer south or in the summer, but Ohio ain't California or Florida! Is
> there any way to run fenton headers with my stock intake and still not
> have my engine bucking and sputtering? Any advice would be appreciated.
> Are there "split exhaust manifolds" that would eliminate this hassle?
> Do they sound as sweet as the fentons?
> Allen Coblentz
> '52 Chevy 3100
> Springfield, Ohio
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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