Edelbrock 2176 Performer Series Intake Manifold, Chrysler 318/360 V8
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Designed for use with Chrysler Small Block V8 engines such as the 318/340/360, the Performer Series intake manifold from Edelbrock is a stock replacement/street legal addition to your OEM 4 barrel carburetor. These manifolds are not equipped with EGR valves for original appearance and function.
- For Chrysler 318/340/360 V8 engines
- OEM replacement
- Satin finish
Note: These are now IMCA approved for Hobby Stocks, Stock Cars, and SportMods.
Note: These manifolds are not for use on marine engines used in salt water. Will not fit 1992 and later Magnum engines.
NotesCarburetor Recommendations: OEM 4-barrel Edelbrock Thunder Series AVS or Performer Series carb, 600-650 cfm, use Edelbrock Throttle/Transmission Lever Kit (#1481 or #1843).
Installation Notes: Recommended intake gasket: Edelbrock #7276, Chrysler #4494462AB for 318, #4397642 for 340 and 360 (or equivalent).
- Manifold height: A-4.13", B-5.13"see A/B Measurements Guide (Link).
- Port exit dimensions: .97" x 1.95".
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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.