Edelbrock 2999 Tall Victor Jr. Small Block Chevy Manifold
Chevy Small Block V8, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Single Plane Intake Manifold Type, Aluminum
- Designed for competition Small Block Chevy V8s
- Manifold provides excellent mid-range to top-end horsepower
- Extra material is added for port matching and customizing, square bore carburetor flange, and water crossovers drilled and tapped for temp senders/bypass hole.
- Intake is completely made of aluminum and features a 4-barrel square bore type flange
- Port dimensions are 1.9" in height and 1.1" in width
Designed for competition Small Block Chevy V8s used in all forms of racing, the Victor Jr. Tall intake manifold incorporates Edelbrock's extensive knowledge in induction technology. Victor Jr. Series manifolds provide excellent mid-range to top-end horsepower, resulting in race-winning performance. All Victor Jr. manifolds offer extra material added for port matching and customizing, square bore carburetor flange, and water crossovers drilled and tapped for temp senders/bypass holes.
Use the Victor Jr. Tall for the 3500-8000 RPM range when carburetor spacers are not allowed. This manifold is 1" taller than the regular Victor Jr. (at right) and also provides maximum performance for engines with standard port location, iron and aluminum cylinder heads.
- Right front has relief for dry sump pressure in lines.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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