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Old 06-14-2017, 06:54 PM
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Anyone make A Chevelle cowl induction hood functional with EFI?
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Old 06-14-2017, 07:09 PM
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Not a Chevelle but I have the MSD Atomic throttle body EFI on my 68 Camaro and the cowl induction is fully functional using an aftermarket air cleaner base and one of the K&N filter tops.
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If it's vacuum actuated, you can run the vacuum to the efi intake manifold just like normal. Glassman has a Chevelle cowl on top of his second gen hood and I thought about using a second throttle cable to actuate it. It's my functional because he has a snorkel up by the headlights.. but if you have a TBI style EFI you can make it truly functional. Just hook up the actuator to manifold vacuum like normal.


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