Designed for racers using Vortec cast iron or Edelbrock E-Tec aluminum cylinder heads, this manifold offers the same awesome top-end horsepower, throttle response, and advanced design features as Super Victor p/n 350-2925. Designed specifically to enhance the performance of the Vortec cylinder heads (also known as L31), the 350-2913 is the most powerful intake available for these Chevy production heads. Runners have a 2.60 square-inch cross-section.
- Port exit dimensions: 2.09 tall''
- Distance from bolt hole centerline to port roof 0.18''; to port floor 1.91''
- Carb pad height = 5.63'' with 0° carb angle.
- Recommended intake gasket: JEGS p/n 555-210003
Professionally Engineered Intake Manifolds
Expertly crafted from cast aluminum, Edelbrock Victor Series Intake Manifolds are engineered in conjunction with leading engine builders and racers from all forms of competition to incorporate a modern design with the latest racing technology. JEGS offers a comprehensive selection of high-performance Edelbrock Victor-style manifolds, so you can choose the best "Victor" to match your carburetor, cams, and heads for a winning formula of horsepower, torque, and RPM. Victor Jr. manifolds are cast with excess mass in appropriate places for custom port matching.
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