Holley Unveils New Sniper Manifolds, Stand-Alone Shift Lights, and All-New Sniper Service Parts
Holley Performance Products is pleased to announce the addition of several new products to the Sniper product lineup: increased applications for Sniper Fabricated Intake Manifolds, a compact new Stand Alone Shift Light, and an all-new line of Sniper service parts.
Holley's line of budget-friendly Sniper fabricated intake manifolds just got stronger. Carbureted and EFI intake manifolds for GM Small Block, LS engines, Ford 4.6 Modular 3-valve and 5.0L Coyote powerplants bolster Holley's already comprehensive line of fabricated manifolds. Like all Sniper manifolds, they're perfect for high-RPM and big-cubic-inch engines and are ready to bolt on right out of the box. There's even a new “modular” removable top plate for Small Block Chevys in two popular flange configurations – 4150 and 4500.
Holley's all-new Sniper Stand-Alone Shift Light makes it easy to hit each shift accurately every time. Its compact design creates limitless mounting options – above the rear-view mirror, on the A-pillar, or right up front on the instrument cluster. Available in both black and silver with three LED color choices – red, yellow, or blue – Sniper Stand-Alone Shift Lights are compatible with both direct-wire and OBD-II plug connections and are simple to hook up without a tach adapter.
As Holley Sniper fabricated intake manifolds and throttle bodies become more popular for an increasing number of high-performance applications, the need for Holley-quality replacement parts has grown right along with them. To meet the increasing demand for LS1/LS2/LS3/LS6/LS7, Ford 4.6L 3-valve Mod-Motor, and Ford 5.0L Coyote platforms, Holley has an expansive array of replacement components for everything from high-flow fuel-rail kits and TPS sensors to simple O-ring kits and the all hardware you need for fast, easy installs.
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