Ford 351ci Windsor V8
Designed for 1969 and later 351ci Windsor Ford V8 high-performance engines with Edelbrock Performer RPM cylinder heads, modified OEM (12- or 16-bolt) cylinder heads or equivalent. The dual-plane design offers good throttle response with excellent top-end power for the street. Includes bosses for rear water crossover. Will fit 1964-1/2 to 1970 Mustangs. Will not fit under stock hood of 1974-78 or 1979-95 Mustangs. Aftermarket 4-bbl carbs are not compatible with Ford Auto Overdrive Transmission (AOD) unless used with Lokar throttle cable bracket & springs p/n 625-SRK-4000.Installation Notes:
1500-6500 RPM Power!
For the ultimate in street performance bolt on an Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold. These dual plane, high-rise intakes make incredible horsepower to 6500 rpm along with streetable torque for great throttle response. This broad power band makes Performer RPM ideal for street or strip. Their larger plenums and runners match the free-flowing exhaust, high-lift cams and other modifications of a high output engine. They are intended for high-performance street or competition engines that run up to 6500 rpm. They are not for emissions-equipped engines. Performer RPM manifolds match Performer RPM camshaft and cylinder heads for outstanding performance.
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