Small Block Chevy Intake Manifolds
JEGS 513001 Dual Plane Intake Manifold Features:
- Port exit dimensions: 1.130 in. x 1.900 in.
- Recommended Intake Gasket For Applications without Heat cross-over use JEGS p/n 555-210002
- Recommended Intake Gasket For Applications with Heat cross-over use JEGS p/n 555-210004
- Intake gasket port matching is recommended for optimum performance
- Estimated runner length - Shortest: 5.00 in.
- Estimated runner length - Longest: 6.50 in.
- Manifold height: (A) 3.750 in., (B) 4.750 in.
- Click here to determine carburetor pad height.
- Also Fits 1987-Up stock aluminum heads (does not fit 1987-Up cast iron or Chevrolet Bow Tie heads)
- Accepts late-model choke, water neck, AC, alternator, and HEI
- Stock/stamped steel valve covers may require 3/16 in. (or thicker) valve cover gaskets. We recommend JEGS 555-21100, 555-210075, or 555-210070 for adequate runner clearance.
|JEGS Carb Recommendations/Notes|
|570 CFM||670 CFM||770 CFM|
|Up to 300 HP||300 to 400 HP||400 to 500 HP|
|* Square Flange Carburetors Require Adapter Plate 555-15442|
|555-15840||1-1/2" Studs||Suggested for carb and gasket only|
|555-15841||2" Studs||Suggested for carb and 1/2" spacer|
|555-15842||2-1/2" Studs||Suggested for carb and 1" spacer|
|555-15846||3-1/2" Studs||Suggested for carb and 2" spacer|
|Carburetor Base Gaskets|
|555-16100||Open (Square Flange)|
|555-16105||4-Hole (Square Flange)|
|Intake Manifold Bolts|
|555-83200||SBC - Standard|
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