Cool. . . . .The last intake manifold I changed was off of a old carbureted Gen I chevy 350. I changed from a victor Jr. to a airgap. It's a messy proposition with the old engines because antifreeze lays at the bottom of the valley so when you lift the intake off the block, it pours out like niagara falls. Then of course you do all the RTV and gasket stuff. Glad to know it's a bit cleaner with this generation engine!It's actually easier than 90% of the intakes out there. No RTV or gaskets to worry about. Just a fuel rail, some sensors and a few bolts. I can do the entire thing in less than 30 minutes and most of that time is spent swapping over injectors to the new intake.