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Holley Sniper EFI Race Fabricated Intakes & Throttle Bodies

Holley is pleased to introduce an all-new line of Sniper EFI Fabricated Manifolds designed just for race engines. Developed specifically for GM LS1, LS2, LS6, and Ford Coyote 5.0L engine platforms, their improvements over the original line of EFI intakes launched in 2015 are based on feedback from racers and install shops.

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). And 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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