Technical Article: Leak Less - Swapping the Centerhead in Your Corvette and Keeping Leaks at Bay

By John Hinckley, Corvette Enthusiast Magazine
Used here with permission.
Copyright John Hinckley, Corvette Enthusiast Magazine


The objective of this article is to walk you through an intake manifold swap and identify the tools, materials, and tips involved. You can do this in an afternoon, and no special tools are required. This particular swap was done to replace an incorrectly dated intake with an identical part with a correct date, but the basic principles are the same if you’re upgrading to an optional-engine intake.

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