Replacement Solenoid Coil
Designed for Edelbrock nitrous systems, these stainless steel solenoids have a very low amp draw. They feature a stainless steel base for corrosion resistance and tighter tolerances, a low current-consumption coil, a PTFE plunger for reliability and longevity, and a powder-coated coil cover for durability and appearance.
The Victor Pro nitrous solenoid is perfect for racers because the bottom outlet design restricts flow much less then a standard design solenoid. This feature, combined with a .115" internally drilled metering orifice, make this Edelbrock's highest flowing nitrous solenoid. The Victor Pro fuel solenoid features a shorter body with a smaller diameter stainless steel base for use where space is limited. Important note about Amp Draw: All ratings listed below are under a load condition (for example: 950 psi nitrous and a minimum of 6 psi fuel pressure).
Nitrous Solenoids - Amp Draw: 9.2 amps @ 12.6 volts and 11 amps @ 13.8 volts
Fuel Solenoids - Amp Draw: 1.29 amps @ 12.6 volts and 1.5 amps @ 13.8 volts
**Please note that other manufacturers may list amp draw under a "no load" condition which is not realistic.
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