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I am going to take a few guesses here. Some intakes fit a wider range of products. Narrow opening could raise CFM draw due to funnel effect. Also don't remember if this year had 351/400 block. Some castings were taller, internals changed to drop from 400 to 351. Would not need big airflow for smaller 351.
You could check out the Elderbrock site for help. Difference between "Yea they fit" and "Yea, thats the right part".
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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As best as I can tell from the Edlebrock website and the information you included, you have the wrong intake. The intake you purchased is for "C" or Cleavland engine or even a "M"; when what you have appears to be a "W" Windsor engine.
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