Edelbrock 5418 Small Block Chevy 3x2 3-Bolt Carb Intake Manifold
Chevy Small Block V8, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Plane Intake Manifold Type, Natural
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The Edelbrock C-357-B manifold is designed for 1955-86 262-400 c.i.d. small-block Chevys. This 3x2 plain finish aluminum manifold has a balanced 180° firing order port runner arrangement. It contains an exhaust gas heat riser and offers excellent performance potential. (idle-5500 rpm) Accepts oil fill tube and breather.
Use Stromberg, Holley, Demon 3-bolt carb (with 1-1/4" bore). HEI distributor WILL NOT fit this manifold.
Note: Not applicable to an HEI based distributor system due to a clearance issue. This system must be used in conjunction with a small diameter based distributor.
- Carb center-to-center: 5-1/2".
- Port exit dimensions: 1.12" x 1.87"
- (HEI distributor WILL NOT fit)
- Manifold Height @ front: 3.77"
- Manifold Height @ rear: 4.88"
- Carb Pad Height: 4.325"
- Vacuum ports = (1) 1/8" NPT and (1) 1/4" NPT
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