Chevy LS Carbureted Intake Manifold Kits
This powerful manifold is designed for the popular Chevrolet LS1 5.7L small-block V8 originally used in 1997-Up Corvette and 1998-2002 Camaro/Firebird. It also fits the Corvette LS6 and Gen III LR4 4.8L, LM7 5.3L, and LQ4 6.0L engines. For maximum power and a broad torque curve from 1500-6500 RPM, this manifold allows the use of a carburetor on these originally computer-controlled engines. It made 410 HP and 418 ft/lbs TQ in dyno tests with camshaft 350-2215 and carburetor 350-1413.
- Port Exit Dimensions: .98" Wide x 2.72" Tall
- Uses LS1/LS6-style individual port O-ring seals
- Recommended intake gasket; Jegs Brand 555-210800
- Manifold Height: (A) 4.50'' , (B) 5.40''; Carb pad height = 4.95''
- View Manifold ''A/B'' Measurement Guide.
- Includes intake manifold, wiring harness, throttle cable/transmission kickdown cable bracket, and timing control module
- Throttle/trans bracket compatible with TH350, 200R-4 & TH700R-4 transmissions
- Timing control module and wiring harness works with LS1 24x reluctor wheel(crank trigger) applications only
- LS1(24x) applications can be identified by the rear mounted cam position sensor that is black in color
- LS2 applications with 58x reluctor wheel(crank trigger) use FAST ignition controller 244-3013122
- LS2(58x)applications can be identified by the timing cover mounted cam position sensor that is grey in color
Will this work with a 4150 holley
I have a 2004 Silverado 5.3 that I am going to swap to carburator using this kit, what is a recommended fuel pump and regulator. Also do I need a new pump or could I just get a regulator. First time doing anything LS related.
Is the wiring harness long enough to allow for mounting of the msd box inside the cab on the firewall?
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