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MILTON, ONT

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194,230,250,292 alternator bracket needed
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Hey everyone!

I am looking for the block mounted alterna bracket for the Chevy inline 6. I’m mid engine swap and cannot find any of the ones I know I have! 

 

 



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MILTON, ONT

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Also need a 292 exhaust manifold!

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PORTLAND, ONT

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HI ADAM : I can help you with the Alt bracket , but not the manifold ( I have 230 / 250 manifold , but not 292 ) -- Can't get to the brackets right now , due to the snow -- LATER -- DON / Fleet 51

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dodgy canuck wrote:

Also need a 292 exhaust manifold!


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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, ONT

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What is the difference between a 250 and a 292 exhaust manifold. Tom Lowe says they are the same.

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HI WARREN : Never talked to TOM , but I was told the 292 has a larger I D -- TRUE ?? UP-DATE !!! Just consulted my " BIBLE " -- the ( now famous ) " Chevrolet Inline Six-Cylinder Power Manual , by Leo Santucci .
QUOTE : The '69 and later HD-TD ( Tall Deck , 292 ) manifold is a straight forward cast iron affair , with some incorporating a heat riser valve below the attachment to the intake plenum. It's shape tends to mimic the 194 /250 LD ( Low deck ) manifolds , with most having a center exhaust exit .Earlier HD-TD manifolds ('63 -'68 ) are more streamlined and have no heat riser . Their rear exhaust exit tends to interfere with the clutch linkage on some trucks .
HOWEVER , this manifold does feature larger passages and incorporates a significantly larger exhaust head-pipe ( 2 1/2 inches ) and features a 3 bolt flange , where the Low Deck ( 250 ) manifolds have a 2 bolt flange .
Hope this sheds a little light on the subject , and proves helpful -- I built my motor ( 250 ) right out of that manual and I am very pleased with the results -- LATER -- DON / Fleet 51


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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, ONT

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Can't argue with Santucci.

Thanks Don

Warren

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PORTLAND, ONT

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HHI WARREN : Leo is quite the man , and very easy to be around him -- LATER -- DON / Fleet 51

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