An air intake manifold is a part of an automobile vehicle’s engine. It consists of a number of tubes that are attached to the engine at various sites and feeds air to the engine for efficient distribution of air and mixing of air with the fuel to be fed for consumption to the cylinders. A main function of this air intake manifold is the uniform distribution of air in the combustion mixture. Air contains oxygen which is necessary for the combustion to take place especially when the first stroke occurs. Additionally, air intake manifold enters cool air in the engine and prevents overheating mainly at high speeds and long driving times. It is also used to supply control functions which include engine operation point control, fuel economy maintenance, less fuel-film deposition and reduced loss of pressure for engine to work at its maximum capacity. An exhaust manifold is also present in automotive engines to take the air out of the engine.