Part # P26100

Air Pans fit between the carburetor and cowl area to keep engine heat away from and direct cool air to the carburetor.  A properly laid out air pan is typically worth 15-25 h.p. and really helps with consistency as underhood temps typically vary exponentially.  Oftentimes as much as 50-80 degrees higher over an outside ambient change of only 5-20 degrees.

But building an air pan is tough and time consuming.  This pan really shortens your workload.

With high side rails and and a long rear tray, this air pan requires only trimming to fit most applications.

Actual Size: 24″ Wide X 5″ Tall X 28″ Long

Carb mounting flange is uncut so you can easily locate it in your engine bay.