RPM Air Gap; Intake Manifold
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Edelbrock RPM Air Gap; Intake Manifold

Part No. 75014 Warranty Details  

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Based on performer RPM-series with unique air gap. Air gap cooler and denser mixture for more power. Designed for 1500 to 6500 RPM. Dual-plane high-rise intake. For square bore carburetors only. For street and high performance use. Available in cast, polished or endurashine finish.

Product Features:
  • EnduraShine Version Of Edelbrock PN[7501]
  • Finish-Bright Silver Chrome That Will Not Discolor
  • Based on Performer RPM-Series with Unique Air Gap
  • Air Gap Cooler and Denser Mixture for More Power
  • Designed for 1500 to 6500 RPM Street-Driven Power
  • Produces Incredible Top-End Horsepower
  • Retains Good Throttle Response and Acceleration
  • Larger Plenum and Runners Maximizes Other Upgrades
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Carburetor Quantity:1
Cylinder Head Type:Standard
RPM Range:1500-6500

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    Will this fit on my 1984 el camino 305ci, & will the Edelbrock performer series fit(1406)on this intake manifold?
    Asked on 2/26/2015 by Andy from Naples, FL

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      I'm glad to assist you, Andy! Yes, this Edelbrock RPM air gap intake manifold - Part No. 75014 will fit your 1984 Chevrolet El Camino 305 c.i.d. as this is designed for 1955-86 262-400 c.i.d. Chevrolet V8's. You'll need the Edelbrock Performer Series; Carb - Part No. 1407 since Edelbrock recommends 650-800 cfm Carburetor for this manifold. Don't forget to buy the intake manifold gasket set - Part No. 7201 and intake manifold bolt kit - Part No. 8504 along with this manifold, because the intake manifold is not just about getting air into the engine. It also has coolant passages from the cylinder heads and the thermostat is located in the intake manifold. With age and exposure to coolant, the gasket may become brittle and cracks. A failed intake manifold gasket was allowing coolant to slowly leak out of the engine. So, the replacement of the intake manifold gaskets requires the removal of the intake manifold. I have forwarded the installation instruction to your email address.

      Answered on 2/26/2015 by Solomon
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