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2019 February
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I have a 73 Ventura and I would like to put a high rise tunnel ram on but all I have found are the shorter ones. Does anyone know if they make a tall one? Thanks!


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How tall do you want to go? How tall have you found? Pontiac tunnel rams are harder to find just because it is not as popular a motor as a Chevy or Ford. Also Pontiac's reacted better with 2 x 4 carb manifolds, superchargers, turbochargers than with tunnel rams.



However, if you need a tunnel ram you have a couple of places to look....



Wenzler makes a tunnel ram.


http://www.wenzlerengineering.com/gutsram.htm



Doug Nash made tunnel rams for Pontiacs back in the 70s, later called 'The Warrior' perhaps you can find one of them on eBay or Craigslist.



Kaufman Racing Equipment makes custom sheet metal intakes - it will be pricey though


http://www.krepower.com/Pontiac%20Intakes.htm

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Butler Performance has been building Pontiac Motors for years they may have what you are looking for.


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That's true - I know they will build custom intakes too.


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