JEGS 555-513056 Fabricated EFI Intake Manifold for 2011-2014 Ford Coyote 5.0L Features
- Front Height: 8.500 in.
- Rear Height: 8.250 in.
- Front Intake Bolt to Intake Front: 2.750 in.
- Rear Intake Bolt to Intake Rear: 0.875 in.
- Intake Runner: 2.750 in. x 1.950 in. x 5 in. Long
- Intake Flange: 0.445 in. Thick
- Throttle Body Opening: 90mm
- Vacuum port that will allow the installation of a MAP sensor
Fabricated EFI Intake Manifold for 2011-2014 Ford Coyote 5.0L Notes
- When using a stock throttle body with this intake manifold, use a throttle body spacer to create proper throttle body clearance. JEGS recommends Holley 860003 spacer.
- (8) Intake Port O-ring Seals
- (1) Throttle Body O-Ring Seal
- (4) Inner Intake Mounting Bolts with Allen Head
- (8) Outer Intake Mounting Bolts with Allen Head
- (4) Flat Washers
- (8) Split Lock Washers
- (1) 1/8 in.-28 x 1/4 in. Barbed Hose Fitting
- (1) 1/8 in.-28 x 5/16 in. Barbed Hose Fitting
- (1)1/8 in.-28 x 7/16 in. Barbed Hose Fitting
- (1) 1/4 in.-19 x 1/2 in. Barbed Hose Fitting
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