Ford 260-302ci Small Block V8
This is a great value! These kits ensure that you'll get the job done right. Each kit includes an Edelbrock intake manifold, quality intake bolts, intake gaskets, carb gaskets, a tube of blue gasket sealer and we also throw in a set of carburetor studs.
Designed for carbureted 302ci Ford V8s with EGR. This intake manifold is for 302 4-V V8s; 1983-85. Replaces the stock 4V EGR manifold using the stock 4V adapter. Can be adapted for 4V use by using Edelbrock's 4V EGR plate p/n 350-8053 and the OEM EGR valve and gasket. Edelbrock's EGR adapter kit p/n 350-8017 and Ford p/n E4ZZ9A-589E spacer may be substituted for p/n 350-8053 EGR plate (1983-85 H.O. Mustangs/Capris come with this Ford spacer). For 4V off-highway non-EGR applications, use Edelbrock's carb spacer p/n 350-8714. Aftermarket 4-bbl. carbs are not compatible with Automatic Overdrive Transmission (AOD).Kit Includes:
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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.
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