Edelbrock 2604 Performer Air-Gap Series Intake Manifold, Chevy
305 Chevy Small Block V8, 350 Chevy Small Block V8, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, Natural
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Performer Air-Gap Series Intake Manifold is designed for small-block Chevys, the Performer Air-Gap features the air-gap design for the ultimate street performance in the idle to 5500 rpm range. Performer Air-Gap # 2604 is for 1987-95 cast iron heads with canted center bolt holes. No provision for exhaust heated chokes or exhaust crossover. Fits spread-bore or square-bore carburetors. Will not fit under stock Corvette hood.
- Based on Performer Series with Unique Air Gap
- Air Gap Causes Cool and Dense Mixture More Power
- For Idle to 5500 RPM Street-Driven Performance
- Dual-Plane Low-Rise Intake w/180 deg. Firing Order
- Patented Runner Design Ensures Broad Torque Curve
- Excellent Throttle Response and Mid-Range Power
- Fits Both Spread and Square Bore Carburetors
- Ideal for Street Rods and Street Machines
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