Edelbrock 1107 1949-1953 Ford Flathead Single 4-Barrel Intake
Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, One Carburetor Quantity, Natural
This manifold allows the use of square-bore carbs such as the Edelbrock Performer Series or Thunder Series AVS 500 cfm on the Ford Flathead engine. This is a reproduction of the vintage Edelbrock #452 two-piece manifold with a new carb adapter flange.
- Includes an adapter to accept modern 4 barrel carbs.
- Comes drilled for the early Carter WCFB carb
- 1949-1953 Ford Flathead
- Dual Plane
Note: The Edelbrock single 4-barrel intake is drilled for the early ’50s small Carter WCFB carb-mounting pattern, so an adapter is mandatory with a Holley carb, even if you don’t have other linkage- or choke-clearance issues.
NotesCarburetor Recommendations: Edelbrock Performer Series carb, 500 cfm; 3251404 manual choke or 3251403 electric choke
- Recommended intake gasket: Fel-Pro #MS2853
- Manifold height: A-4.06", B-6.06"
- Port exit dimensions: 1.3" x 1.7"
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