Edelbrock 5090 E-Street Cylinder Head
Chrysler Big Block V8, Assembled Cylinder Head Style, Aluminum, Natural, Angle Spark Plug Style
Edelbrock E-Street cylinder heads offer American made quality and affordable performance. E-Street cylinder heads feature as-cast ports and are designed for entry-level street performance applications operating in the idle-to-5500 rpm range. They are available for popular V8 engines.
The 75cc combustion chamber allows this head to be used with stock pistons, retaining the 9.5:1 compression. The modern combustion chamber design also improves the combustion process and the larger than stock intake and exhaust ports move more air through your engine. These features improve the engine's efficiency, resulting in more horsepower and torque.
- Entry Level Street Performance Upgrade
- A356 Aluminum
- Sold As A Pair
- Edelbrock Quality And Performance
- Affordable Price
- Made In U.S.A.
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