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Old 02-24-2012, 11:19 AM
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starved 460

I changed the carb and she fired up and runs good.runs alittle rough but i think thats because the gas is alittle old. Im going to clean that up and then tune her up abit.Thanks alot for all your help and suggestions guys!
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I might just be dumb! I can't figure out how to post a new thread! But here we go anyway! I got exhaust manifolds that need identification from what I can see they are 88-96 460 manifolds but i need to know if they'll fit my old 460 i have a 73 f250 that might be siting on a later frame or just have a 460 in it. I have exhaust manifold cracks and need cheap fix. I found some manifolds at local muffler shop that have great rep. and are very friendly.....kens muffler in oxnard, ca......... anyway they are rf-e9te-9430-ca for drivers side and rf-e9te-9431-ca for passengers side. Any help much appreciated. I'm new to FTE and still figuring things out!!
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E9 manifolds will not fit a carburetor style cylinder head.
The ports are the wrong shape and in the wrong place.

To start a new thread. just go to the sub-forum you'd like to post in (this is the 385 series sub-forum) and look for the blue button that says "New Thread" on the left side above the listing of existing threads.
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I might just be dumb! I can't figure out how to post a new thread! But here we go anyway! I got exhaust manifolds that need identification from what I can see they are 88-96 460 manifolds but i need to know if they'll fit my old 460 i have a 73 f250 that might be siting on a later frame or just have a 460 in it. I have exhaust manifold cracks and need cheap fix. I found some manifolds at local muffler shop that have great rep. and are very friendly.....kens muffler in oxnard, ca......... anyway they are rf-e9te-9430-ca for drivers side and rf-e9te-9431-ca for passengers side. Any help much appreciated. I'm new to FTE and still figuring things out!!
does the left manifold have the 45 degree elbow on it I need 1 for my 89 dually crew and yes these will fit but you should get a set for the non emission engine thanks bam4314@gmail
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Dude,
His post is over two years old...

Right now there is a used EFI manifold on Ebay for $45 delivered.



These manifolds will NOT fit '68-'87 carbureted 385's.
The studs and ports are completely different.
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