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Lower intake needed

I'm working on an '87 930, it has had several mods over the years.
I'm trying to turn it back to stock.

Looking for this pipe/T, or a completed lower manifold.



If you have one, please send price or I have a modified one for trade



Thanks,

Jon
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Jon, that piece could easily be reproduced - you could take a picture or drawing of it, including dimensions for the size of tubing you want used, to a plumbing or hydraulic shop and they could make it no problem. Of course, you could make it yourself if you solder.

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I was thinking about using some 1/2" copper pipe, just being lazy and hoping to get one already to go.
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The brass nipple you have looks like it will be threaded. The original part from memory is a press fit with some glue stuff. So I don't think an original part will fit in anymore. You are better to find/make a Tee with same thread as must have been tapped into your manifold.
Alternatively, get a whole new manifold.
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I should have several Y-tubes, will look.
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