How to Install an Intake Manifold – Roadkill Extra

How to Install an Intake Manifold – Roadkill Extra

It’s official: the “How to Build Your First Engine Series” is over! This is the final episode, as David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich wrap up their engine project for Roadkill Garage’s Vanishing Paint 1970 Dodge Challenger by installing the intake manifold and giving you plenty of advice as they go. Now it’s back to the regular programming on our daily Roadkill Extra vlog show—but stay tuned for future episodes of Roadkill Garage to see this Mopar V-8 get installed and running!

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Joe Mckenzie says:

How do u know if u have a leak after u Start it back up

Me Here says:

It like watching american miké Bréwér
unt edward Chiná ¡¡¡¡¡¡

mike nagy says:

These guys got into a big hurry when building the shop. BEFORE you build all the benches and install your tools, for God's sake paint the drywall! It is cheap, fast, increases the light available, and looks better than seeing drywall mud exposed. Just saying…

aaron71 says:

Freiburger and Dulcich used the cork end gaskets. My mind is blown. Everything I know is wrong.

CMW18 says:

Cork isnt good for sealing intakes lol

smilsmff says:

SOME gaskets come with the little metal plug, reads Big Block lol. and if you want to block heat out of stock type big block , just use the tin snips to carve your own block off out of old BELLY PAN gasket of Big Block Mopar

Bender c777 says:

Those cork end gaskets are leaking on my 340. Gonna go silicone instead cause come to find out edelbrock actually calls for silicone

Larry Poe says:

I was waiting to see what the torque specs were?

F.D. English says:

Is there a recap lmao?

Douglas Dailey says:

I seen that, the bolts didn't line up.

The wise Guy says:

I want to do this so bad but im never going to bc first off money and sec dont know nothing

mike scott says:

Love watching these two, they work well together!

Michael Rau says:

When you rebuild an engine do you replace all fasteners if so would you recommend studs for the mains and elsewhere if possible. I did up a 340 a few years ago and ran into a lot of difficulties with bearings spinning and Carroll Shelby speed secrets stated it was mandatory in all american engine especially Mopar small blocks due to the dimensions of the bearing gernals

vv vv says:

Cork or no cork ?
How many of you use black only?

KBtube says:

too many cooks?

Andrew Treloar says:

fair dinkum, I would never let these 'tards touch my engine!!!

LDN Wholesale says:

Cork seals are a leak on any V8 intake. Simply use a bead of silicone. I learnt that from a top engine builder 40+ years ago. And have never used them since.Probably 50 V8s!
And I use silicone sparingly on the water ways too. I am racially predjudice with silastic,, I use black!! I doubt it makes any difference however
And those horrid tin rockers Ok for 3000rpm max family cars. Never performance engine

Sam_kas says:

Tensions are high

Bray91 says:

I just love how this is one complete scene in real time, no video cuts

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