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Powerhaus Injector Blocks

Was wondering if the 3.3 Powerhaus injector blocks would bolt up to my 3.0 SC heads with a complete 3.3L 930 intake? The Powerhaus billet injector blocks have an opening of 36mm but I do not know the size of the stock 3.3L 930 intake or the size of 3.0L port for the 3.0L heads.

Anyone have information or experience with this?
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I have a set of these and a set of 3.0 liter heads. I will check the specs for you tomorrow at work.
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the early 3.0 Sc heads are 38 the 3.3 intakes are tiny I think 32, the 36 blocks will bolt right up but you should port the 3.3 intakes to match the injector blocks.
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As Iamchappy eludes to: early vs late 3.0 heads?

Early are the bigger 38, later were revised down with the new CIS setup increasing port velocity.
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Stock 930 intake is 32mm
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Thanks guys and sounds like something that can be easily fixed and matched up using a Dremel
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The 930 intake can be opened that much so it's doable.
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