- Works with LS1 and LS6 Style Injectors
- This intake is designed to work with stock LS heads. The use of some aftermarket cylinder heads may result in port misalignment
- Caution During Installation: The throttle body gasket can get damaged during Installation. Replacement gasket is available. We recommend 695-G31963
- Front Height: 7.250 in.
- Rear Height: 7.500 in.
- Front Intake Bolt to Intake Front: 5.250 in.
- Rear Intake Bolt to Intake Rear: -0.500 in.
- Intake Runner: 1.750 in. x 2.150 in. x 4 in. Long
- Intake Flange: 0.958 in. Thick
- Throttle Body Opening: 102 mm
- Fuel Rails use -8 AN ORB Fittings
- (1) LS3 Style MAP sensor port provision at rear of manifold. We recommend 555-14538 MAP sensor
- (4) Vacuum port fittings for bottom of manifold
- (1) 1/8 in.-28 thread x 1/4 in. hose end
- (1) 1/8 in.-28 thread x 5/16 in. hose end
- (1) 1/8 in.-28 thread x 7/16 in. hose end
- (1) 1/4 in.-19 thread x 1/2 in. hose end
Will this intake work on a 2008 Chevy 6.0 with rectangular port heads
Will this fit a 06 Silverado 5.3 with the l59 flex fuel engine?
Will this fit a 2009 5.3LS?
Is this a cathedral port intake??
Does this intake use a standard LS1 intake gasket or is it specific to this intake?
Does this fit 2015 silverado 1500 5.3
Will it JEGS - 513062 fit an 06 Silverado z-flex engine
Will this fit a 4.8l LS ?
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