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413 industrial
« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2011, 12:17:19 PM »

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WOW... that only took a few months... That is a Great point about the intake gasket... Now that i think about it, I believe both sides were wide open. I did see an intake made  by Edelbrock that was a high rise set up for the 413. The bolt pattern matches, but bolts on like you set a chair on the floor. Ya know, with 4 corner legs and space in between them






 
Here's a pic of the intake manifold gasket for a 413 industrial engine. Came from eBay.
 
 
 
 
 
From the looks of it the coolant passages are blocked off and might have a small hole in one side (or maybe both). If your old gasket had both holes completely open then it might have been an intake gasket for a car engine.
 
As far as the intake you linked to I would say it is a good option. Weld a couple of pipe fittings over the spots where the coolant passages are and make a y-pipe and you should be good to go. I want to put a fuel injected 6-pak setup on a 413 in a heavy duty Dodge truck (either a D800 or C800) and have been looking in to how to incorporate the coolant tube. That's why I had some knowledge on this issue as I've been looking in to what you want to do myself. I've put that idea on a shelf for the time being though as I have a lot of work to do to my current truck. It's a 1972 Dodge HCF CN900 with a 318 hp 2 stroke Detroit Diesel V8 (8V71) and a 13 speed Roadranger transmission. :) 
 
 
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« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2011, 01:05:30 PM »


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WOW... that only took a few months...
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