- 1,800-6,400 RPM powerband
- 3 mm (1/8 in.) thick T6061 sheet aluminum construction
- 100% TIG-welded
- 1.875 in. shorter to allow fitment under stock hoods
- The intake runners have a tapered top designed to increase air velocity and more evenly distribute airflow
- A MAP sensor provision located on the rear of the plenum - Use GM 12592525 or equivalent
- LS1/LS6 EV1 Jetronic and LS2 EV6 USCAR injector-style provision
- 4.527 in. (115 mm) runner length
- 6.392 in. front and 5.684 in. rear intake height
- (3) 1/8 in.-28 BSPT and (1) 1/4 in.-19 BSPT vacuum ports
- Includes all gaskets and hardware
- Designed to work with stock LS heads - the use of some aftermarket cylinder heads may result in port misalignment.
Low Profile Design with Shortened Intake Runners
Holley Sniper Fabricated Manifolds continues to push the limit by introducing Low Profile intake manifolds for GM LS Engines. With an overall height difference of 1.875" lower (compared to the original Sniper hi-ram fabricated manifold), these easily clear fitments under stock hoods on your GM car. Each manifold is ready to bolt on out of the box and is designed to accept Sniper high-flow throttle bodies. Included with all low-profile manifolds is a Sniper high flow fuel rail kit. Each manifold is constructed with precision and TIG welded for a perfect fit and maximum structural integrity. Available with your choice of throttle body opening size of 92 mm and 102 mm.
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