Big Block Ford
HORSEPOWER - ALL IN ONE BOX!
The Edelbrock Power Package Top End kits feature the best combination of dyno-proven components at an affordable cost! These kits include high quality, matched components in an appealing one part number, all-in-one box, "no guesswork" product. With kits available for popular Chevrolet, Ford and Chrysler/Mopar engine applications all you need is a short-block to start building a street/strip terror. To insure you receive the highest quality product for your hard-earned money.
E-Street Top End Kits
Delivering entry-level affordable performance and great driveability from idle to 5,500 rpm. They include Performer EPS intake manifold, E-Street cylinder heads, Performer-Plus camshaft and lifters (in most cases), timing chain, installation bolts and complete gasket set.
Victor Top End Kits
The ultimate in high performance street/stip applications. All of these kits feature Victor intake manifolds, E-CNC cylinder heads, Rollin' Thunder camshaft, installation bolts and complete gasket set.
Performer RPM Top End Kits
Designed for maximum horsepower along with a broad torque curve for high-performance street/marine from 1500-6500 rpm. Kits will include a Performer RPM or Air-Gap intake manifold, Performer RPM cylinder heads, hydraulic cam and lifters, timing chain (in most cases), complete bolt kits and Edelbrock gasket set.
For carbureted Top End Kits, choose the best Edelbrock carburetor for your application and check out the horsepower listed with each kit. These are real results from engine dynamometer tests on factory short blocks. Edelbrock Top End Kits deliver seat-of-the-pants performance you can feel throughout the RPM range!
HORSEPOWER - ALL IN ONE BOX!
What size carb to get
Can smaller camber heads be substituted? Running flat tops, .030" in a 73 429.
Can you recommend rocker arms to go with this kit?
will this work on a 1996 460?
Will this run on regular fuel 91 octane
Will this work on my 1971 429 out of my thunderbird. Do I need to get higher compression pistons to get the 506hp and what carb do you recommend for my engine to get optimal performance. I'm sticking this in a 1949 dodge pickup with 4.30 gears.
I’m going to buy this to put on my 73 460 can I use stock pistons or should I put some new ones in and if what would you reckamend
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