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Holley Projection Install adapter Help!!

Hi, My edelbrock 2131 performer intake came today and I was getting ready to install the holley projection adapter to it when I noticed a problem.

The intake is spread bore, the instructions say to use the flat adapter for spread bore intake. well the holes on the flat adapter stick out past the spread bore intake side.
The other adapter for stock intakes however does fit fine. Just wondering if something is wrong with the kit I have or if everyone just uses the not flat adapter.

I know there are a few people in here with the same kit on their 360 and hopefully you can answer my question. thanks Mike
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Re: Holley Projection Install adapter Help!!

I don't quite understand what the problem is.

I have the pro-jection 2D on an edelbrock manifold but it is a square bore.
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Re: Holley Projection Install adapter Help!!

Well basically the projection kit comes with 2 adapters, the one holley said to use didn't fit (the holes were to large for the intake). However the other adapter worked fine. I do have a question for you though. on the edelbrock perfomer intake in the back the ported vaccum for the PCV doesnt have threads it is just a hole. what can I buy to fill the hole and then hook up the PCV? and a dumb question for anyone can you ground something to aluminum? thanks Mike
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Re: Holley Projection Install adapter Help!!

The PCV valve fits in a rubber grommet. I reused the one from the original manifold so I've never had to look for one. I also have a ground strap running from the grill to the top of the manifold. The negative battery cable is also grounded to the manifold. The aluminum should be fine for grounding.
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