Victor Jr. Ford 4.6L SOHC
This Victor Jr. intake manifold follows in the footsteps of the Victor Jr. LS1 intake and allows for any 1999-2004 SOHC Modular 4.6L engine to convert for use with a carburetor.
- Port Exit Dimensions: 1.42" Wide x 1.72" Tall
- Uses OEM factory gaskets
- Manifold Height: (A) 4.75'' , (B) 4.75''
- Carb pad height = 4.75'' View Manifold ''A/B'' Measurement Guide.
- NOT intended for or as a stock replacement intake manifold
- Hardened washers MUST be used with intake bolts to ensure proper torque and prevent galling of the aluminum
Victor Jr. 4.6L Manifolds are sure to open the door for competition-level performance. Capable of supporting up to 600 HP, their single plane design is engineered with a race-proven short runner layout for improved airflow in the 2900-7500 RPM range.Choose from:
will this work on a 1998 4.6 2v mustang gt? if not is one offered? I understand its for carb conversion.
Would this work on a 4.6 dhoc from aviator ?
Will this work on stock 4.6 2 v engine.2003 merc.marquis..i hate the plastic stock intakes.they dont last.
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