Edelbrock 2150 Small Block Chevy 6-Carb X1 Ram Log Intake Manifold
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These Edelbrock X1 manifolds are reproductions of the originals introduced in the 1950's for 283-327 small-block Chevy. This manifold features large free-flowing straight runners for six, 3-bolt carburetors such as our 9 Super 7. Oval carb opening measures 1.45” x 2.96”. Includes machined oil fill tube provision and period correct casting features for the best vintage look and performance for your small-block Chevy street rod application.
- Exact reproduction of the original late 1950"s Edelbrock Ram manifold
- Uses six 3 bolt base carbs like 9 Super 7's, Stromburg 97 or Edelbrock 94's
- 2500-7000 RPM
- Fits 1955-1986 Chevy small block engines
Carburetor Recommendations: Edelbrock 94 #1151 3-bolt.
Installation Notes: H.E.I. will not fit. Recommended intake gasket: Edelbrock #7201. Manifold height: A-5.90", B-5.90". Carb pad height: 5.90". Port exit dimensions: 1.20" x 1.94".
Linkage Kit #1031, 6x2 Fuel Log Kit #1287 and Oil Fill Tube and Breather #4803
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