Chrysler 318-360ci Small Block V8
This is a great value! These kits ensure that you'll get the job done right. Each kit includes an Edelbrock intake manifold, quality intake bolts, intake gaskets, carb gaskets, a tube of blue gasket sealer and we also throw in a set of carburetor studs.Kit Includes
Designed for street 318-340-360ci Chrysler V8s. This intake manifold is for 318-360ci V8s with OEM 4-bbl. carb.; 1966-72 (1973 non-CA); except stock equipped EGR. (Intake manifold p/n 350-3776 is for same V8's with OEM 4-bbl carb; 1972-87.) This manifold is not for use on marine engines used in salt water. Will not fit 1992 and later Magnum engines.Installation Notes:
Idle-5500 RPM Power!
Performer manifolds are dual-plane, low-rise intake manifolds with a 180° firing order and a patented runner design that delivers outstanding performance. This patented design greatly improves torque over a wide rpm range, especially off-idle through 5500 rpm. Provides crisp throttle response.
The gaskets supplied with this kit do not have the central holes that mate up to the water way that runs under the manifold where the choke assembly would normally sit on the OEM manifold. Is this OK? I assume this is a parallel water path?
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