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Edelbrock 2856

2-Piece Victor Intake Manifold Valley Plate SB-Chevy 9.300" to 9.500" Deck Height

Edelbrock 2856

Part Number: 350-2856

2-Piece Victor Intake Manifold Valley Plate
  • Small Block Chevy 9.300'' to 9.500'' Deck Height
  • $433.74
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    Made In USA
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    Edelbrock 2856 2-Piece Victor Intake Manifold Valley Plate SB-Chevy 9.300" to 9.500" Deck Height $433.74
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    Edelbrock 2856 Details

    Valley Plates

    For use with Intake Manifold part numbers:

  • 350-28468
  • 350-28408
  • 350-28428
  • 350-38438
  • 350-28458

  • Specifications:

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    Valley Plate Finish
    Valley Plate Material
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    Designed for Easy Custom Porting!

    5000-8500 RPM Range

    The Victor Two-Piece Small Block Chevy Aluminum Intake Manifolds were developed to simplify CNC manifold porting. They are supplied in right and left halves that can be machined and then assembled with the supplied bolts and o-ring. Victor Two-Piece manifolds are available for various applications from standard 9'' deck 18° cylinder heads to 9.3'' deck Clements/Dart 13° cylinder heads as well as SB2 and ROX engines. They are also offered in varying flange thicknesses to accommodate multiple applications. Made in USA.

    Installation Notes: Conventional 18° applications will require additional machining of manifold and valley plate for desired clearance when using valley plate p/n 350-2855. Valley plate p/n 350-2992 can also be used when less machining is desired. When using thick flange manifolds, machining of backside of flange is recommended for weight reduction.

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