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Not mine but thought someone might be interested...

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Would this intake work on a 3.4l also? Planning on doing a 2.8-3.4 swap. This looks like something I could use. I assume that it would but I was hoping someone would know for sure. The seller doesn't know.
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I don't see why it wouldn't. ...don't think he ships though.

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Yeah this dude doesn't ship.

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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

The Eddy intake will fit the 2.8, 3.1 and the 3.4 iron head engines.
It won't fit any alloy head engines.

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Thanks for the info guys. Is this part available new.
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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

Sure is. You have to buy 2 parts though. The lower manifold, and then either the 2 or 4bbl top:

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Sure is. You have to buy 2 parts though. The lower manifold, and then either the 2 or 4bbl top:

https://www.summitracing.com/search/...nge/idle-6-000
Oh that's the same intake but new? And this works with the TBI throttle body?

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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

So any improvements on a stock 2.8 switching to thjis intake with say a 4.3 T.V.? And this Edelbrock intake compared to an Offenhauser intake? Better, same?

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Supposed to say 4.3 throttle body.^^^

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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

Jayk,
The Offenhauser is a really rare item. It looks like a drug runner's tunnel inside. It's literally a maze. I bought one a long time ago, but never installed it. It is new. Of course, they stopped producing them a long time ago.


The Edelbrock comes up on Ebay once in a while.


The 4.3 TBI would have to have an adapter plate fabricated (not really a big deal) but you would have to "tune" the ECU for maximum performance. The ECU will still fire the injectors, and you will see a performance improvement just from the standpoint of improved fuel flow/distribution.


I have several Eddy/Holleys on different S10s. I was looking at the driver's side ports on the lower half of the intake once, they are larger than the passenger side. I called Edelbrock tech line and asked them if it was a machining mistake...
They said NO. Don't touch them.
They did flow bench tests and discovered there was an extreme difference in flow on the passenger side of the engine, so they designed the manifold with smaller ports to compensate for the flow difference.
Supposedly, they won an award for the research and development of this intake.


So, I would imagine that you would see a pretty good gain in performance even with the TBI system by installing the Eddy under a TBI.


Jimmykicker in this section did a bunch of mods with the Eddy IIRC. Check it out.

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Jayk,
The Offenhauser is a really rare item. It looks like a drug runner's tunnel inside. It's literally a maze. I bought one a long time ago, but never installed it. It is new. Of course, they stopped producing them a long time ago.


The Edelbrock comes up on Ebay once in a while.


The 4.3 TBI would have to have an adapter plate fabricated (not really a big deal) but you would have to "tune" the ECU for maximum performance. The ECU will still fire the injectors, and you will see a performance improvement just from the standpoint of improved fuel flow/distribution.


I have several Eddy/Holleys on different S10s. I was looking at the driver's side ports on the lower half of the intake once, they are larger than the passenger side. I called Edelbrock tech line and asked them if it was a machining mistake...
They said NO. Don't touch them.
They did flow bench tests and discovered there was an extreme difference in flow on the passenger side of the engine, so they designed the manifold with smaller ports to compensate for the flow difference.
Supposedly, they won an award for the research and development of this intake.


So, I would imagine that you would see a pretty good gain in performance even with the TBI system by installing the Eddy under a TBI.


Jimmykicker in this section did a bunch of mods with the Eddy IIRC. Check it out.

Thanks Max for the info! I'm gonna check out that thread.

Tuning can b done with TunerPro RT so that's not an issue for me, although I'm more familiar withh OBD2 tuning. Just gotta gather up the equipment to do it. Everything can b gotten from Craig Moates.

I might grab a new Eddy from Summit eventually for my new '86 Blazer I just picked up. Or I might go the 3.4 route! Not sure yet. Got some maintenance things to do 1st.

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Funny you mention Moates... He's just down the street from the shop here in Baton Rouge... Great guy.
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Do you still have a 2.8 Offenhauser intake? I need one for a hot rod project. Can be reached via phone or text at 720 382 9448
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Jayk,
The Offenhauser is a really rare item. It looks like a drug runner's tunnel inside. It's literally a maze. I bought one a long time ago, but never installed it. It is new. Of course, they stopped producing them a long time ago.


The Edelbrock comes up on Ebay once in a while.


The 4.3 TBI would have to have an adapter plate fabricated (not really a big deal) but you would have to "tune" the ECU for maximum performance. The ECU will still fire the injectors, and you will see a performance improvement just from the standpoint of improved fuel flow/distribution.


I have several Eddy/Holleys on different S10s. I was looking at the driver's side ports on the lower half of the intake once, they are larger than the passenger side. I called Edelbrock tech line and asked them if it was a machining mistake...
They said NO. Don't touch them.
They did flow bench tests and discovered there was an extreme difference in flow on the passenger side of the engine, so they designed the manifold with smaller ports to compensate for the flow difference.
Supposedly, they won an award for the research and development of this intake.


So, I would imagine that you would see a pretty good gain in performance even with the TBI system by installing the Eddy under a TBI.


Jimmykicker in this section did a bunch of mods with the Eddy IIRC. Check it out.
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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

You really want an Edlebrock Performer intake. They are on Ebay once in a while (used) and are available new for about $325. Summit and Jeg's carries them.
They are lot more common than the Offenhauser and probably perform better.
I do have a new Offenhauser intake, but it is at my farm in NY State and I am currently in Guam...

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Damanx did the Edelbrock with the TBI unit. I had the following combos.

2.8 with stock carb (by far the fastest....not)
2.8 with 390cfm carb. BIG improvement!! Ed intake
3.4 with 390cfm carb. Even more impressive. Ed intake
3.4 with 4.3 TBI unit sitting on bored out stock intake with 4.3 injectors. YE GODS!

The primary difference between #2 and #3 is low end grunt...The 2.8 just couldn't pull like the 3.4 in the higher RPMs...it just runs out of steam there.....although it was a MASSIVE and incredible improvement over the Rochester stock carb setup and intake.

The difference between #1 and #4 is unbelievable. The truck could barely manage 60 in 20 seconds (not joking) with 215/60/15s on it, was hard to start and got horrible mileage. The truck now has oversized 235/75/15 tires on it and runs like a 305. I haven't measured the 0-60 speed, but it can keep up with any vehicle in traffic....easily. It has more power and torque than any 4.3 S-series I ever owned and I have owned 3.

I'd like to go dyno it and see what it is really capable of.



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You really want an Edlebrock Performer intake. They are on Ebay once in a while (used) and are available new for about $325. Summit and Jeg's carries them.
They are lot more common than the Offenhauser and probably perform better.
I do have a new Offenhauser intake, but it is at my farm in NY State and I am currently in Guam...
I don't care for the different port sizes on the edelbrock manifold. Back in the mid 80's I put X-11 heads, X-11 camshaft and had the heads cut .030 on a 2.8 S-10 motor. Topped it off with an Offenhauser Dual Port and a small Holley four barrel carb. I loved the power that little motor put out. I now have a 3.1 out of an Isuzu, (kinda a GM stepchild that Isuzu used, FWD block, RWD iron heads and mounted in a RWD configuration). Its going in a 1500 lb track roadster with a T5 transmission. Would you be inclined to sell that manifold? I'm not in a huge hurry for one.
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Edelbrock won an award for the research they did developing the manifold for these engines. They found that the intake pulse flow was different for the passenger side of the engine because of the firing order. They compensated for this and found more power due to the change in port size.
I noticed the difference in port size and was going to open the ports, but I called Edelbrock and they said (absolutely) don't do it. I have several of the Edelbrocks on different trux.
I have a 91 dime with a 95 Camaro 3.4, 5 speed, 4.10 rear gear. The engine has every bolt on and monster cam (.500 lift, .486 advertised duration), roller rockers, true roller chain/gears, Mallory distributor, Edelbrock/Holley, headers, 3" exhaust etc. It runs low 14s at the 1320. Sounds like a pro stock rig.

I am familiar with the Isuzu 31. I don't know if the block is double drilled (starter motor) but the starter is on the driver side for the Isuzu version of the 2.8/3.1.
You may want to check that. The S10 is on the passenger side.
BTW, the Isuzu V6s have the same bell housing bolt pattern as the 3.1....

Do I want to sell the Offy intake? At this point no. When I return home (haven't been home in 2 1/2 years (!), I'll look at what I have and see if I really need it. I have about 10 different intakes for the 60* V6 Chevy engines - including 2 Weber intakes for IDA/IDF downdraft carbs. Most of the stuff I have is meant for projects, but at this point in time, I am realizing that I will never complete a quarter of them.

I've been 168 days in hotels so far this year...

I anticipate going home in the next month unless they drag me into the Hurricane Florence crap. I have a bad feeling about that.

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Edelbrock won an award for the research they did developing the manifold for these engines. They found that the intake pulse flow was different for the passenger side of the engine because of the firing order. They compensated for this and found more power due to the change in port size.
I noticed the difference in port size and was going to open the ports, but I called Edelbrock and they said (absolutely) don't do it. I have several of the Edelbrocks on different trux.
I have a 91 dime with a 95 Camaro 3.4, 5 speed, 4.10 rear gear. The engine has every bolt on and monster cam (.500 lift, .486 advertised duration), roller rockers, true roller chain/gears, Mallory distributor, Edelbrock/Holley, headers, 3" exhaust etc. It runs low 14s at the 1320. Sounds like a pro stock rig.

I am familiar with the Isuzu 31. I don't know if the block is double drilled (starter motor) but the starter is on the driver side for the Isuzu version of the 2.8/3.1.
You may want to check that. The S10 is on the passenger side.
BTW, the Isuzu V6s have the same bell housing bolt pattern as the 3.1....

Do I want to sell the Offy intake? At this point no. When I return home (haven't been home in 2 1/2 years (!), I'll look at what I have and see if I really need it. I have about 10 different intakes for the 60* V6 Chevy engines - including 2 Weber intakes for IDA/IDF downdraft carbs. Most of the stuff I have is meant for projects, but at this point in time, I am realizing that I will never complete a quarter of them.

I've been 168 days in hotels so far this year...

I anticipate going home in the next month unless they drag me into the Hurricane Florence crap. I have a bad feeling about that.
I'm in no hurry, maybe one will show up on ebay. I'm putting the 3.1 in a little 1923 track roadster. Figure it will weigh between 1400 lbs. and 1600 lbs. I almost bought a Falconer manifold a few years back, but didn't want the hassle of trying to get it converted to some type of tunable EFI. I then looked at a mechanical injection manifold off a midget race car, but it wouldn't have the ability to adjust itself while driving. If anybody is looking for some, I have several sets of Fiero valve covers I'd sell.
I can relate to that motel living, I used to work for GAB-Robbins as a CAT loss adjuster, worked Hurricane Andrew years ago, what a mess. Did lots of hail loss work in Kansas and Oklahoma too.
Well if you decide you want to part ways with that manifold, I can be reached at 720 382 9448.
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I don't know if I'm jacking here, but...
Check this out:
http://www.britishv8.org/photos-mg-conversions.htm


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That's some creative engineering...

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Edelbrock won an award for the research they did developing the manifold for these engines. They found that the intake pulse flow was different for the passenger side of the engine because of the firing order. They compensated for this and found more power due to the change in port size.
I noticed the difference in port size and was going to open the ports, but I called Edelbrock and they said (absolutely) don't do it. I have several of the Edelbrocks on different trux.
I have a 91 dime with a 95 Camaro 3.4, 5 speed, 4.10 rear gear. The engine has every bolt on and monster cam (.500 lift, .486 advertised duration), roller rockers, true roller chain/gears, Mallory distributor, Edelbrock/Holley, headers, 3" exhaust etc. It runs low 14s at the 1320. Sounds like a pro stock rig.

I am familiar with the Isuzu 31. I don't know if the block is double drilled (starter motor) but the starter is on the driver side for the Isuzu version of the 2.8/3.1.
You may want to check that. The S10 is on the passenger side.
BTW, the Isuzu V6s have the same bell housing bolt pattern as the 3.1....

Do I want to sell the Offy intake? At this point no. When I return home (haven't been home in 2 1/2 years (!), I'll look at what I have and see if I really need it. I have about 10 different intakes for the 60* V6 Chevy engines - including 2 Weber intakes for IDA/IDF downdraft carbs. Most of the stuff I have is meant for projects, but at this point in time, I am realizing that I will never complete a quarter of them.

I've been 168 days in hotels so far this year...

I anticipate going home in the next month unless they drag me into the Hurricane Florence crap. I have a bad feeling about that.
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Ha... Guam? They sent me to Saipan...
I may be going back to Guam, then probably to Florida.
OR - maybe back to Saipan.
They don't tell me until the last moment.


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4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
5) '92 S10, 2.5, 5 speed shorty, (Barbie)
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Ha... Guam? They sent me to Saipan...
I may be going back to Guam, then probably to Florida.
OR - maybe back to Saipan.
They don't tell me until the last moment.


Get on your horse and ride pilgrim.
I'm still looking for an offenhauser manifold, shoot me a price if you would be interested in selling yours.
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Try this:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/HOT-ROD-EDE...temCondition=4

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4) '91 S10, Built 3.4, 5 speed shorty (Voodoo)
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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

Same here i been looking for the Offy since the last one in CL guy wouldnt ship...

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Re: 2.8 Edelbrock intake

I was going to go for it to have an extra, but it went out of my price range.


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I was going to go for it to have an extra, but it went out of my price range.


Anyone win this?
If i remember it was in the Northwest. Prob sold it locally.

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It was in Spokane, Wa.....16 months ago.

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I'm still looking for an offenhauser manifold, shoot me a price if you would be interested in selling yours.
Are you in the Denver area? I would like to see your project, as I have been thinking about building one too.

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