Chevy LS Super Victor
These manifolds are designed for Gen IV LS engines equipped with LS7 cylinder heads or Edelbrock Pro-Port Victor Jr. cylinder heads. These manifolds are .75" taller than our LS3 Super Victor intakes. The new Super Victor intake manifold #2887 is capable of airflow demands of 750+ hp on naturally aspirated engines. The larger plenum version #2890 for 4150 Series square bore flange carburetors has an increased intake runner area and is capable of 800+ hp operating in the 3,500-8,000 rpm range. Carburetor mounted style throttle bracket is recommended.Installation Notes:
Victor Race Series: 3000-8000+ RPMDeveloped for EFI (electronic fuel injection) to carburetor swaps on Chevy LS engines, Edelbrock Victor Intake Manifolds offer the newest specifications to produce results on race day! Cast aluminum construction and high-rise, straight runner, single plane design optimize high-RPM horsepower. .
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