Edelbrock 2701 Performer EPS Chevy Intake Manifold
Chevy Small Block V8, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, Aluminum
- Designed to fit the 1986 and earlier 262-400 cubic-inch Chevys
- Tuned for peak torque around 3500 rpm on a 350-inch engine and it produces power from off-idle to 5500 rpm
- Gains of 5 hp and 9 ft/lbs. of torque over the standard manifold on a 350 Chevy are dyno-proven
- IMCA Approved intake manifold
- Features a 4-barrel square bore
Designed for 1986 and earlier 262-400 cubic-inch Chevys, the Performer EPS dual-plane manifold is optimized to deliver superior performance over other low-rise dual plane manifolds. This small-block Chevy manifold has a runner design thats "tuned" for peak torque around 3500 rpm on a 350-inch engine and it produces power from off-idle to 5500 rpm.
Dyno tests showed gains of 5 hp and 9 ft/lbs of torque over the standard Performer manifold on a 350 Chevy. From 3000 to 4500 rpm, the increases averaged 5+ ft/lbs. of torque for more performance where you need it most.
IMCA racing approved.
Item DetailsIMCA Approved
- Match with a dependable Edelbrock square-bore carburetor for maximum STREET performance gains.
- Edelbrock reccommends a 500-650 CFM model.
- Port exit dimensions: 1.15" x 1.87"
- Carb pad height: 4.27"
325-2701 Instructions (PDF)
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