Intended for 375 c.i. and up high output drag race engines, this manifold was developed in conjunction with noted drag racer Billy Glidden and is specifically designed to complement the flow characteristics of fully ported 18° and 15° cylinder heads. It features a 4500 series carb flange, and the dividers are pulled back to increase plenum size and shorten the runners for improved high rpm performance. The runners are wider at the plenum, producing approximately 3.6 square inches area at the opening.
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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