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British Standard Triumph Dual Carb Converison Intake Manifold 1956 - 1972

British Standard Triumph Dual Carb Converison Intake Manifold 1956 - 1972
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    This Triumph Dual Carb Converison Intake Manifold is CNC machined from aluminum. This intake manifold allows you to change your 1956-1972 head from a single carb model to a dual carb setup. Simply bolt on with included hardware, and add new carbs and cables!



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    SKU003536
    UPC646418971916
    MakesTriumph
    Made in the USAYes
    FinishRaw
    MaterialAluminum
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