We don’t want to start a Chevy vs. Ford rumble here. We just want to tell you about the latest Edelbrock intake manifolds for GM LS3 and Ford 5.0L Coyote engines. Both improve horsepower and are easy to install. We’ll probably get flak for listing one before the other. By the way, if you want to purchase pre-owned cars, it is best to get the service pre purchase car inspection Atlanta so you can be sure the car doesn’t break down a week after you purchase it.
Cross-Ram LS3 Intake Manifold
Edelbrock dyno tested the Cross-Ram LS3 on a 416 cubic inch LS3 with OEM cylinder heads, dual 90mm throttle bodies, 60 lb. fuel injectors, and an EDL-2219 roller cam. The engine made a very healthy 620 horsepower and 584 lbs.-ft. of torque.
The Cross-Ram LS3 has a unique dual-plenum design with 13 inch long runners with flanges that accept two 90mm GM LS3 throttle bodies. If you’re thinking twin turbo or a dual-plate nitrous oxide system, that’s exactly what Edelbrock had in mind.
The Cross-Ram has 1,500-7,000 RPM powerband and is designed for use with LS3, L92, and L76 rectangular port cylinder heads. Your choice of red or black powdercoated plenums.
Victor II 5.0 Coyote Intake Manifold for 2011-15 5.0L
The Victor II 5.0L intake manifold blends a large plenum with long tapered crossover-style runners for dyno-tested gains of 16 horsepower and 27 lbs.-ft. of torque over the factory intake. The intake is made from cast aluminum so it can handle power adders like a turbo, nitrous, or a supercharger that would destroy a factory plastic intake.
The Victor II 5.0 Coyote intake has a 1,500-7,000 RPM powerband and comes with integral nitrous bosses if you want to add a direct port system. The manifold reuses the factory fuel rail and is compatible with factory emissions equipment. It accepts the stock 80mm throttle body or Ford Racing’s 90mm Mustang throttle body.
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