Edelbrock 7118 Details
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.Installation Notes
Edelbrock engineered Performer RPM LS intake manifolds allow the use of a square bore carb on these originally computer-controlled engines. Designed originally for the LS1 V8, they can be used on Gen III and Gen IV small blocks with cathedral or rectangle port heads. These manifolds will offer maximum power & optimum performance from 1500-6500 RPM.Satin or polished, these manifolds are available in a kit that also includes:
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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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