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Edelbrock 79895 E-CNC 185 Cylinder Head
Edelbrock 79895 E-CNC 185 Cylinder Head

Edelbrock 79895 E-CNC 185 Cylinder Head

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Edelbrock 79895 E-CNC 185 Cylinder Head
Edelbrock 79895 E-CNC 185 Cylinder Head
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E-CNC cylinder heads for small-block Chevy feature fully CNC'd intake ports, combustion chambers and exhaust ports for improved performance. This all new design delivers optimal air-flow for maximum horsepower and torque in high performance street and light duty racing applications. These cylinder heads maintain the stock 23 degree valve angle and the intake flange is drilled to accept 1986 and earlier manifold designs. Match with any one of Edelbrock's Performer RPM, RPM Air-Gap or Victor Jr. intake manifolds and camshafts for a dyno-proven performance combination.
  • CNC Ported To Achieve Optimal Air Flow
  • For Maximum Horsepower And Torque
  • For High Performance Street/Light Duty Racing
  • Maintains Stock 23 Degree Valve Angle
  • Accepts 1986 And Earlier Intake Manifold Designs
  • Made In U.S.A.
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