Small Block Chevy
- Fits Small Block Chevy 262-400 ci engines with 1996-2002 Vortec (L31) cylinder heads (non-EGR)
- 4150 square bore mounting flange to accept most aftermarket square-bore throttle body designs
- Fuel injector bores have back-cut exits in the runners for better fuel atomization
- Black coated fuel rails with bracket assortment allowing different height fuel injectors
- Fuel rail designed for maximum throttle lever clearance
- Accepts most stock hardware and accessory brackets
- Single plane design with an isolated plenum to keep the air charge cooler
- 1 in. shorter overall height than most single plane manifolds
- Lower throttle body mounting height to help with hood clearance
- 2 distributor clamp locations
- Powerband: 2,500-7,500 RPM
- Port size: 2.050 in. height x 1.020 in. width
- Cast aluminum construction
- Satin finish
- Fuel injectors not included
Upgrade to Electronic Multi-Port Fuel Injection for Modern Performance
Upgrading to a Holley EFI intake manifold will maximize the performance of your custom-built, multi-port electronic fuel injection system.
Will LS injectors fit this set up?
Is there a kit to connect the stock wiring for the injectors for a 5.7 98 chevy silverado truck?
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