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Old August 17th, 2008, 10:48 AM   #1
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i've got a 306 for in my garage that i got for a project that's never going to happen. it's basically a 70's engine. will the efi intake from a 85 truck bolt to the heads or are they different
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It will bolt on
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Yes, it will bolt.
The carb will make more H.P. for less money.
The EFI has better driveability and handles the rough stuff better.
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thanks for the replies, but found out yesterday that my buddie has an extra efi engine in the barn so we can build this without takeing his engine out of his truck.
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