Chevy 396-502ci Big 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 street 396-502ci Chevy V8s with large oval-port cylinder heads (1975 & earlier). This manifold offers the latest technology in dual-plane high rise design and builds outstanding horsepower while maintaining good torque and driveability. No provisions for exhaust heated chokes. Accepts late-model waterneck, air-conditioning, alternator and HEI equipment. Will not fit under stock hood of Corvette, 1965-67 Chevelle, or 1967-81 Camaro.
Broad 1500-6500 RPM Range Ideal for Street or Competition
For ultimate street performance, bolt on an Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake Manifold. A dual plane, high-rise design makes incredible power to 6500 RPM with streetable torque for great throttle response. Larger plenums and runners match the free-flowing exhaust, high-lift camshafts, and other modifications of high-output engines (especially Performer RPM Cams and Cylinder Heads that optimize performance). These intakes are not for emissions-equipped engines.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
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