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Edelbrock Edelbrock Victor II EFI Intake Manifold Chrysler 5.7L 6.1L 6.4L Gen III Hemi
Items You Need
Victor II Chrysler Hemi Gen III 5.7L / 6.1L / 6.4L
- Dual Drilled Throttle Body Flange to Fit Factor and Aftermarket 80mm or 92mm Throttle Body, No Adapters Required
- Port Exit Dimensions: 1.83" x 1.85"
- Manifold Flange Reference: (A) 6.06", (B) 7.85", (C) 18.30", (D) 2.25", (E) 0°
I'd love to try this on my 2017 ram 2500 6.4l. Age old question... will it fit?
will this manifold fit a 2015 challenger rt i already have arrington throttle body 84mm will this work and will i get more ponys? and what else will i need to complete install
im installing a HP--103T 5.7 hemi in 04 dodge durango, would like to upgrade intake manifold, would like to know if the Edelbrock-7179 the best choice if so, due to height is there enough clearance for the hood to securely close. Thanks, msurice
Will this fit 2005 5.7? Will the ports match?
Can it be used for Ram 1500 with 5.7?
Will my BBK 1782 throttle body fit on this intake
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