Edelbrock 1109 1949-53 Ford Flathead Triple Deuce Intake Manifold
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This reproduction of the vintage Edelbrock manifold #SU 349 allows the use of three 2-barrel carbs on a 1949-53 Ford flathead engines. Accepts Stromberg 3-bolt (97 type), Holley 3-bolt, Ford 94 style 3-bolt and Demon 98 carburetors. Carb spacing is 5-1/8".
- For 1949-53 Ford/Mercury Flathead
- Three Deuce carburetor style
- Front 1-3/8" diameter oil fill
- 1-1/4" road draft bosses and a raised fuel pump boss
- Carb spacing is 5-1/8"
- Made in the USA
- Installation Notes:
- Peak Power: 181.5 hp @ 4,500–4,600 rpm
- Peak Torque: 237.9 lb-ft @ 3,100 rpm
- Average Power (overall): 148.4 hp
- Average Torque (overall): 225.3 lb-ft
- Average Power (2,000–3,400 rpm): 120.5 hp
- Average Torque (2,000–3,400 rpm): 233.8 lb-ft
- Average Power (3,500–5,000 rpm): 174.5 hp
- Average Torque (3,500–5,000 rpm): 213.3 lb-ft
NotesRoad draft tube provision is 1", the OEM tube that comes up through lifter valley is 1-1/4" and will not slide up into this intake like original did without modification.
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Q & A
by JasonThere's a right and wrong way to run a two-barrel carburetor on your vintage engine. Check out this guide about how to select the correct carburetor for your Flathead or vintage engine.
Dave gives a few tips on how to select the appropriate intake manifold for your project.