- Fuel, Carbs & Intakes
- Intake Manifold
- Fuel Injection Intake Manifolds
- Holley Sniper Race Fabricated Intake Manifolds
Holley Sniper EFI Race Series Fabricated Intake Manifold
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- 2009-2020 5.7L
- 2005-2010 6.1L
- 2011-2020 6.4L
- Designed for applications using boost and power adders, each port features welds on the inside and outside
- Constructed of TIG-welded 5 mm (13/64 in.) thick T6061 aluminum with CNC 1 1/8 in. billet aluminum flanges for cylinder heads.
- Accepts 80 mm throttle body from 5.7, 6.1, 6.4 and 92 mm throttle body from 6.2 Hellcat engine.
- Tapered top intake runners will increase air velocity and distribute airflow to all cylinders more evenly
- Designed for stock Hemi EV14 USCAR fuel injectors
- MAP sensor provision located at the plenum rear
- 3/8 in. fuel rail kit with engraved Sniper logo
- 8 in. front and rear height
- 6 in. runner length
- (3) 1/8 in.-28 BSPT, (1) 1/4 in.-19 BSPT Vacuum Ports
- Fabricated intake manifold
- Fuel rail kit
- Intake to throttle body o-ring
- Intake to cylinder head o-rings
- Mounting hardware
- 6.4L engines may require an extension of the throttle body harness and IAT sensor harness to reach the new throttle body location
- Legal for use on RACE ONLY vehicles used exclusively for competition and may never be used on the street.
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