Chrysler 318-360ci Small Block V8
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:
Note: Not for 1985 and later engines with roller lifters. Not legal for sale or use on pollution controlled motor vehicles.
|Duration Advertised:||270° Intake / 270° Exhaust|
|Duration @ .050'' Lift:||204° Intake / 204° Exhaust|
|Valve Lift:||.420'' Intake / .420'' Exhaust|
|Lobe Separation Angle:||110°|
|Open/Close @.050'' Cam Lift:||Intake - 4° ATDC (opens) / 28° ABDC (closes)|
Exhaust - 36° BBDC (opens) / 12° BTDC (closes)
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.
will this power package fit a 1979 v8 318 dodge aspen order to ameliorate the performance in my car , what would you suggest me, other than the cylinder head electronc ignition; is there other parts to change? Thank you in advance
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