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No you need an intake manifold for a B head motor. 96-98 Cobra is your best bet or try and find another linconl in the yard with the manifold. The cobra manifold will smack your wallet more than what you paid for the whole motor.
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This the intake that comes on the motor, I cant tell by pictures that if it just had a 90 degree elbow to a throttle body. Or if it had something more of a cobra intake. I've read that the later intakes have one runner per cylinder vs, two and they flow a lot better. But i couldn't find out what years that falls in.
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Last edited by Bmitchell373; 03-14-2011 at 10:17 AM.
Ya that is the whole intake there is no cover on that version. I hate that design if you cant find a Cobra intake cheap look for a Late 97 or 98 Mark VIII intake it has the TB in a much normal position
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