Small Block Chevy 262-400ci
- 1955-1986 Small Block Chevy 262-400
- 4-bbl Spread Bore Carb Flange (non-EGR)
- Idle-5500 RPM Range.
- Designed for 1955-86 small block Chevy 262-400 engines
- Port Exit Dimensions: 1.14" x 1.88"
- Manifold Height: (A) 3.50", (B) 4.60"; Carb pad height = 4.05"
- Recommended Intake Gasket: JEGS 555-210001
- Fits 1987-Up stock aluminum heads (does not fit 1987-Up cast iron or Chevrolet Bow Tie heads)
- Accepts late-model choke, water neck, AC, alternator, and HEI (provisions to add oil fill tube)
- Includes choke plate 350-8901
- Use EGR adapter to adapt clamp-on EGR valve
- OE 4-bbl Carburetor
- Edelbrock Performer 500cfm Carburetor Manual Choke p/n 350-1405 , Electric Choke p/n 350-1403
- Edelbrock Thunder AVS 500cfm Carburetor Manual Choke p/n 350-1804 , Electric Choke p/n 350-1803
- Edelbrock Performer 600cfm Carburetor (non-EGR) Manual Choke p/n 350-1405 , Electric Choke p/n 350-1406
- Edelbrock AVS2 650cfm Carburetor Manual Choke p/n 350-1905 , Electric Choke p/n 350-1906
Which aluminum heads can I use with this intake and a mild thumper cam?
Hi Would this intake clear the Corvette C4 hood? Carb will be a Holley 650 DP. I intend to use a dropbase air cleaner with a low airfilter combined with a airfilter lid like those offered by K&N for example. Best regards, Tobias Pervik.
I have a 65 Chevy C10 with a 283 V8. Will this work? What carb should I use with it? Just picked up a 700r4 trans, are there any other parts I need to make it all work?
WILL THIS FIT ON MY 1978 CORVETTE USING THE STOCK AIR CLEANER WITH A EDELBROCK 1906 ,ASV2 CARB
will this manifold with carb fit under the hood of a 1974 corvette
Will it work on a 1995 trans am 5.7 with stock aluminum heads?
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