Edelbrock part #27013 Performer EPS intake manifold is designed for 1986 and earlier 262-400 cubic-inch Chevys. Edelbrock's Patented Dual-plane, low-rise design with a 180-degree firing order greatly improves torque over a wide rpm range for excellent throttle response. With that the Edelbrock Performer EPS intake manifold has a runner design that's "tuned" for peak torque at 3500 rpm on a 350-inch engine making it ideal for power from off-idle to 5500 rpm. Dyno tests showed gains of 5 hp and 9 ft-lbs. of torque over the Edelbrock Performer manifold #2101 on a 350 Chevy. From 3000 to 4500 rpm, the power increases averaged 5+ ft-lbs. of torque for more performance where you need it most. This manifold offers a durable black power coated finish for long lasting protection and a distinctive look.
Intake Section Included: Complete
Engine Block Deck Height: Standard deck
Carburetor Quantity: One
Intake Style: Dual plane
Basic Operating RPM Range: Idle-5,500
Intake Manifold Height: 4.270 in.
Intake Finish: Black powdercoated
Intake Material: Aluminum
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: Manifold ht: A-3.74", B-4.80"; Carb pad height: 4.27"; Carb recommendations: Edelbrock AVS2 or Performer Series 500-650 cfm.; Port exit dimensions: 1.15" x 1.87".; Recommended intake gasket: Edelbrock #7201.; Use RTV sealant to properly seal end seals, such as Edelbrock High Temp Silicone sealant #1076, DO NOT USE END SEALS GASKETS.; Sealant must be used on intake bolt threads if the threads extend into lifter valley or coolant passage.; NPT/Pipe thread fittings require the use of Teflon tape or paste on threads to ensure proper seal.; DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NPT/Pipe fittings, this may cause the aluminum to crack around the fitting boss. NPT/Pipe thread is a tapered thread.; Hardened washers Must be used with intake bolts to ensure proper torque and prevent galling of the aluminum.; Will not fit under stock Corvette hood.; Even though manifolds are compatible with EGR systems, this does not mean they are legal for use on emissions controlled vehicles. Check local laws for legality.; Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Improper installation will void your warranty and may result in poor performance and engine or vehicle damage.