Edelbrock 2519 Marine Intake Manifold, 1996-present Chevy 4.3L V6
262 Chevy 90-Degree V6, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, Natural
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Edelbrock has developed an intake manifold for 4.3L V6 Chevy engines that is ready to handle the rigors of marine applications. A brass lines water crossover and inserts help to protect the aluminum from corrosion due to salt or fresh water. It features a carburetor flange that accepts square bore or spread bore carburetors. This Performer Vortec Marine intake manifold is designed to deliver maximum power and a broad torque curve for high-performance marine applications. Similar to the stock intake manifold, it includes a provision for 1/2 pipe water fittings on the front water crossover and 3/8 pipe horizontal vacuum fittings in the rear. This does not have a provision for an exhaust crossover, so an electric choke is required.
- For 1996-present Chevrolet 4.3L V6 engines
- Marine applications
- Brass inserts to protect from corrosion
- Sold each
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