Edelbrock 2105 | Engine Intake Manifold

Part Number
2105
Performer 390 Intake Manifold; Satin Finish; Non-EGR;Idle-5500rpm; 4 bbl Carbs.;For Med./Low Rise Cyl. Heads Only;Street/Hi Performance Use

Fits: Ford 300, Ford Club, Ford Country Sedan, Ford Country Squire, Ford Courier Sedan Delivery, Ford Custom, Ford Custom 300, Ford Custom 500, Ford Del Rio Wagon, Ford F-100, Ford F-150, Ford F-250, Ford F-350, Ford Fairlane, Ford Galaxie, Ford Galaxie 500, Ford GT40, Ford LTD, Ford Mustang, Ford P-350, Ford Ranch Wagon, Ford Ranchero, Ford Skyliner, Ford Starliner, Ford Sunliner, Ford Thunderbird, Ford Torino, Ford Victoria, Mercury Brougham, Mercury Caliente, Mercury Capri, Mercury Colony Park, Mercury Comet, Mercury Commuter, Mercury Cougar, Mercury Country Cruiser, Mercury Cyclone, Mercury Marauder, Mercury Marquis, Mercury Meteor, Mercury Montclair, Mercury Montego, Mercury Monterey, Mercury Park Lane, Mercury Villager, Mercury Voyager

$597.95
---------OR---------
In stock
Free Shipping
Free Shipping
Estimated Ship Date: 1 Business Day or Less
Edelbrock part #2105 Performer 390 intake manifold is designed for street 332-352-360-390-406-410-427-428 c.i.d. Ford V8's with medium- or low-rise cylinder heads. 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 from off-idle through 5500rpm. The Performer intake manifolds are ideal for passenger cars, trucks, 4x4s, tow vehicles and RVs. Manifold not equipped with EGR; will not accept stock Motorcraft spread-bore carburetor or fit heavy-duty 361 c.i.d. and 391 c.i.d. Ford truck V8's.


BRAND: Edelbrock




FEATURES:


  • Performer 390 Intake Manifold
  • Patented Runner Design Ensures Broad Torque Curve
  • { eo : 7in.}
  • Intake Mnfld
  • MANIFOLD
  • Ford:FE:332 (5.4L)/352 (5.8L)/360 (5.9L)/390 (6.4L)/406 (6.6L)/410 (6.7L)/427 (7.0L)/428 (7.0L)
  • Dual-Plane Low-Rise Intake w/180 Deg. Firing Order
  • Performer 390 Intake Manifold for Ford FE; Satin Finish
  • Recommended intake gasket: Edelbrock #7224 or Fel-Pro #1247; Manifold height: A-4.35in.; B-5.50in. (same as stock); Carb pad height: 4.92in.; Carb recommendations: Edelbrock Thunder Series AVS or Performer Series Carb; 600-800cfm. For automatic transmissions us
  • Excellent Throttle Response and Mid-Range Power
  • For Idle to 5500 RPM Street-Driven Performance
  • 21053; Ford; Edelbrock; Intake Manifold; Intake; Manifold; Dual-Plane; Single-Plane; Tunnel-Ram; Cross-Ram; Performer; Performer RPM; Victor JR.; Super Victor; Victor; Dual-Quad; Slingshot; Black Powder Coated
  • MANIFOLD; 1957-77 FORD 390-428 FE; PERFORMER
  • 50-State Street Legal if Correct Carburetor Used


SPECIFICS:


Cylinder Head TypeStandard
EmissionWithout EGR
Engine Make/SizeFord 332-428 FE
Number of CarbsOne
PositionN/A
RPM RangeIdle -5500
UsageStreet/Hi-Performance
WARNING CA Proposition 65Yes
WARNING CA Proposition 65 MessageWARNING: This product can expose you to Lead; which is known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information; visit www.P65warnings.ca.gov.

Satin Finish; Non-EGR;Idle-5500rpm; 4 bbl Carbs.;For Med./Low Rise Cyl. Heads Only;Street/Hi Performance UseFor Pre-Pollution Controlled Vehicles Or Engine Swaps~Not Legal For Use On Pollution Controlled Vehicles


DOWNLOADS:





WARRANTY TIME: 12 Months


APPLICATIONS:


  • 1967-1970 Ford Mustang - Position: N/A
  • 1957-1960 Ford Courier Sedan Delivery - Position: N/A
  • 1957-1963 Ford F-100 - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1968 Mercury Park Lane - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1968 Mercury Montclair - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1970 Ford Fairlane - Position: N/A
  • 1965-1976 Ford F-100 - Position: N/A
  • 1961-1963 Mercury Meteor - Position: N/A
  • 1960-1960 Ford Starliner - Position: N/A
  • 1967-1967 Mercury Brougham - Position: N/A
  • 1959-1967 Ford Galaxie - Position: N/A
  • 1965-1976 Ford F-250 - Position: N/A
  • 1961-1971 Mercury Colony Park - Position: N/A
  • 1963-1970 Mercury Marauder - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1958 Ford Del Rio Wagon - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1971 Ford Country Sedan - Position: N/A
  • 1957-1959 Ford Ranchero - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1969 Ford GT40 - Position: N/A
  • 1957-1976 Ford F-350 - Position: N/A
  • 1965-1974 Ford P-350 - Position: N/A
  • 1975-1976 Ford F-150 - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1971 Ford Custom - Position: N/A
  • 1957-1963 Ford F-250 - Position: N/A
  • 1966-1967 Mercury Capri - Position: N/A
  • 1968-1969 Mercury Montego - Position: N/A
  • 1967-1970 Mercury Cougar - Position: N/A
  • 1962-1971 Ford Galaxie 500 - Position: N/A
  • 1961-1970 Mercury Monterey - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1971 Ford Ranch Wagon - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1970 Mercury Cyclone - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1959 Ford Club - Position: N/A
  • 1961-1968 Mercury Commuter - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1971 Ford Custom 500 - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1960 Ford Custom 300 - Position: N/A
  • 1963-1963 Ford 300 - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1967 Mercury Caliente - Position: N/A
  • 1971-1971 Ford Ranchero - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1959 Ford Skyliner - Position: N/A
  • 1966-1969 Ford Ranchero - Position: N/A
  • 1966-1967 Mercury Voyager - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1967 Mercury Villager - Position: N/A
  • 1963-1963 Mercury Country Cruiser - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1960 Ford Victoria - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1960 Ford Sunliner - Position: N/A
  • 1967-1970 Mercury Marquis - Position: N/A
  • 1965-1971 Ford LTD - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1971 Ford Country Squire - Position: N/A
  • 1964-1969 Mercury Comet - Position: N/A
  • 1958-1969 Ford Thunderbird - Position: N/A
  • 1968-1970 Ford Torino - Position: N/A
Customer Questions
Will an engine flush clean my pistons?
No, an engine flush is unlikely to clean the pistons.
How to replace engine pistons?
Replacing engine pistons involves removing the engine from the vehicle, disassembling it, removing the pistons, inspecting the engine components, installing the new pistons, reassembling the engine, and testing it. It's a complex process that should only be attempted by experienced mechanics.
When do engine pistons rings go bad?
Engine piston rings can go bad due to wear and tear, inadequate lubrication, overheating, manufacturing defects, or improper installation. Symptoms of failing piston rings include reduced engine power, increased oil consumption, and blue smoke from the exhaust. Regular maintenance and inspection can help identify potential issues.
Why do engine piston rings fail?
Engine piston rings can fail due to wear and tear, inadequate lubrication, overheating, manufacturing defects, or improper installation. Regular maintenance and inspection of the engine can help identify potential issues. Symptoms of failing piston rings include reduced engine power, increased oil consumption, and blue smoke from the exhaust.
Can you replace engine pistons rings without removing the engine?
Replacing engine piston rings without removing the engine is possible but not recommended due to the extensive disassembly required and the risk of damaging other engine components. A full rebuild or overhaul is generally more efficient and effective.
What size Edelbrock carburetor do I need?
The size of the Edelbrock carburetor you need depends on several factors, including your engine's displacement, performance goals, and intended usage. It is recommended to consult Edelbrock's carburetor sizing guidelines or seek advice from a knowledgeable professional to determine the appropriate carburetor size for your specific application.
Why is my Edelbrock carb flooding?
Several reasons can cause an Edelbrock carburetor to flood, including issues with the float level, needle and seat, or fuel pressure regulator.
How does the Edelbrock electric choke work?
The Edelbrock electric choke uses an electric heating element to control the opening and closing of the choke plate, allowing for automatic choke operation based on engine temperature.
Are Edelbrock carbs square bore?
Yes, most Edelbrock carburetors are designed as square bore carburetors.
Are oil pump gears necessary?
Yes, oil pump gears are essential for maintaining proper engine lubrication in an internal combustion engine.
How do oil pumps work?
Oil pumps work by creating pressure to circulate engine oil throughout an internal combustion engine.
Where is the oil pump located?
The oil pump is typically located inside the engine's lower oil pan or sump.
Why do oil pump failures happen?
Oil pump failures can arise from wear, contamination, poor maintenance, and manufacturing defects, causing inadequate lubrication and potential engine damage.
Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

Compatible Vehicles

Year
Make
Model
Engine
Copyright © 2013-present PartsHawk, LLC. All rights reserved.