Edelbrock 54171 C357-B Three-Deuce Intake Manifold, SB Chevy, Vortec
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This 3x2 intake manifold features a balanced 180 degree firing order port runner arrangement as well as a front oil filter tube boss. They are designed for use with Small Block Chevy V8 engines with 1996 and later Vortec L31 cast iron cylinder heads or Edelbrock E-Tec aluminum heads. They feature a polished finish and are ideal for an idle to 5,500 rpm range.
- For 1996+ Vortec (L31) or Edelbrock E-Tec Heads
- Manifold has a Balanced 180+ Firing Order
- Contains Exhaust Gas Heat Riser
- Offers Excellent Performance Potential
- Front Oil Filler Tube Boss Included
- Carburetor Center-to-Center Dimensions = 5-1/2 in
- Also Available Polished PN But Not Fit HEI
- Use Rochester 2GC (small 1-7/16 in bore)
NotesRecommended carburetor is the Rochester 2GC (small 1 7/16 in. bore) 3.25 in. x 1.875 in. bolt pattern. Not compatible with HEI distributors. Inlet holes on carb flange measure 1.375 in. diameter.
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