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    • VelocitàPaola
      This is what I mean by a mild port and polish (my cylinder head). Gasket matching the head won't do any good if your intake manifold isn't also gasket matched. If you're gasket matching both, then more power to you :hellyeah:I'm also curious...
    • VelocitàPaola
      There's this one. https://www.ksrperformance.com/product-page/ksr-420a-intake-manifoldYou can make your own since the 420a mani is a two piece, like this...
    • VelocitàPaola
      As far as I know, your two options are: 1) fabricate one from scratch, 2) port and polish a stock manifold. There used to be some Chinese-made sheet metal manifolds available. The quality was dubious, and I'm not sure they're still in production.
    • VelocitàPaola
      I agree that threads will strip before the torque affects the bearing. I actually can't find an exact value in the 420A overhaul manual, but the Neon FSM says the bolt should be torqued to 61 N-m (45 ft-lbs).
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