Big Block Chrysler/Mopar Victor 383
Now the latest Victor series design is available for competition Chrysler/Mopar B Series Wedge engines (361-383-400 c.i.d.). The computer-generated runners easily handle the high airflow requirements demanded by large displacement low-deck engines. This extra tall single plane manifold combines a long runner, "line of sight" layout, and extended divider walls to maximize torque, power and fuel distribution throughout the mid and upper rpm range. The manifold has a square bore carburetor opening, but we've added material to the pad and included the inside bolt pattern so it can be easily opened up for Thermo-Quad applications. Match with Edelbrock Performer RPM or Victor aluminum cylinder heads for even higher performance potential.Installation Notes:
Victor Race Series
The Edelbrock Victor Series Intake Manifolds for Chrysler/Mopar powered applications are designed to produce high RPM competition proven results. The engineers at Edelbrock worked along side racers and top engine builders to design these cast aluminum, single-plane, straight runner, high-rise intakes for maximum power at high engine speeds! Match the cutting edge technology used in these intakes with Performer RPM or Victor cylinder heads on your race engine to produce the best results! !Designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts needed.
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