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Discussion in 'V8 Development and Modification' started by Walkers Bay, Mar 10, 2019.
The guy selling thinks it's a hsv brook manifold.
Is he correct and what's it worth?
I'm gonna go with NO.
Bit I don't know much about pre VN 5.0's
Hopefully Smitty pipes up and lets us know.
Anyway pretty sure the 'brock' manfiolds had the divider machined out.
His exact words. I quizzed him more and said he got it from a mate who used to work with the brock team. I'm not convinced the numbers mean anymore than Holden standard casting now.
HSV never produced a carbi V8-powered Holden. Potentially HDT, but that manifold looks pretty stock quadrajet to me.
HSV did produce a carby V8, the SV88, based of a Calais.
That is definatly a standard V8 manifold. The HDT modified versions were ported at the carb holes, taking the metal between the primary and secondary hole and leaving the centre intact but with a larger balance hole.
Thank you all for your input. I shall stay clear of this.
You're dead right. I'm not going to sleep at night now!
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