Edelbrock 7585 351W Ford Dual Quad Intake Manifold
351W Ford Small Block V8, Carbureted Fuel System Type, Dual Quad Intake Manifold Type, Natural
In the '60s, if you wanted the baddest car in town you needed dual quads under the hood, and not much has changed since. This Edelbrock Performer RPM Air-Gap 2x4 manifold is designed for 351W small-block Ford V8s. These intakes are taller, offering performance improvements in the 1500-6500 rpm range. The large volume runners feature the unique Air-Gap design that separates the runners from the hot engine valley for a cooler, denser charge and more horsepower.
Carb center spacing is 6-7/16".
- Carburetor Recommendations: Edelbrock Performer Series, 500 cfm
- Carb center spacing is 6-7/16"
- Manifold height @ front: 4.93"
- Manifold height @ rear: 5.56"
- Carb pad height: 4.32"
- Port exit dimensions: 1.05" x 1.89"
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