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Old 01-20-2007, 01:35 PM   #1
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I picked up my newest piece of engine jewelry yesterday, from Beck's here in Houston. I had John build a custom 1 of 1 billet CNC runner cross-ram style intake, to dress up the 427ci LS7 that I am putting in my pro-touring 1969 Camaro SS. We went with longer runners than normal to give a nice boost in midrange torque, since this car will be a cruiser. I wanted something more exotic on top of this engine, other than a factory style intake.

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Here are some pics of Beck's shop where he builds the intakes and CNC billet parts.

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These are some other intakes I saw being built:

Chrysler big-block with billet CNC runners
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C5-R for F-body
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