Holley Releases Sniper EFI Fabricated Manifolds Designed Just For Race Engines
Sniper EFI Fabricated Manifolds offer improved performance for racers looking for a competitive alternative to higher-priced sheet-metal intakes. Each one is ready to bolt on out of the box and are ideal for Sniper 90mm throttle bodies. Each intake comes complete with a high-flow fuel rail kit, throttle body spacer, and removable top.
Manufactured from 5mm (13/64") T6061 sheet aluminum, these manifolds are precision-fixtured for a perfect fit and are and 100% TIG-welded for maximum structural integrity for worry-free use on forced-induction applications. They come in your bright silver or black-anodized finishes and have a removable top that makes them easy to inspect, modify, or add sensors to.
Sniper EFI Fabricated Manifolds feature equal runner lengths with a tapered top to increase velocity and more evenly distribute airflow to all eight cylinders. Longer intake-runner lengths create a wider operating range (2,100 to 8,200 RPM). A larger intake plenum makes them ideal for boosted applications in general and race engines in particular.
The 90mm billet aluminum throttle bodies are a direct fit for the Sniper EFI Fabricated Race intake manifolds and available in bright silver or black anodized finishes. Their enlarged bore size generates increased airflow perfect for high-horsepower applications, and their progressive throttle pulley and double-return-spring setup improve low-rpm drivability.
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