Ford Super Victor 8.2
Designed for high-rpm and competition 289/302 engines with aftermarket Windsor-style racing cylinder heads such as the Edelbrock Victor heads 350-77219 or Victor Jr. heads 350-77169 or equivalent, this new Super Victor 8.2 is for engines with an 8.2" deck height. Excellent for large displacement drag racing engines, this single-plane race manifold delivers big power gains from 4500 to 8500 rpm. The square-bore carburetor pad stands 3/4" taller than the Edelbrock Victor Jr. 350-2921.Installation Notes:
Victor Race Series
Expertly crafted from cast aluminum these Edelbrock Victor Series Intake Manifolds for Ford engines are single-plane, high-rise intakes designed for higher engine speeds and maximum race-winning power! Engineered in conjunction with leading engine builders and racers from all forms of competition these intakes incorporate modern design with the latest racing technology.
With such a comprehensive selection of high-performance manifolds, you can choose the best "Victor" to match your carb, 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.Victor manifolds are available for single or multiple-carburetor set-ups.
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