The LS3/L92 Lo-Ram manifolds top-feed base intake manifold is designed with a low height to aid the packaging of a plenum-mounted air-to-water intercooler for forced induction (supercharged or turbocharged) engine applications with peak power at 7000-8000 rpm. The Holley LS3 Lo-Ram intake...
I can't deal with it... 🤔 $50 bucks a WK if need be 👉 Save up.
This is the other Shearer Choice $499. More Plenum area vs the Holley 105 lid @ $200-$300.oo + One would need a ICT" 1 inch billet spacer @ $229 to add the Needed Plenum area. Added with I have a 4500 and a New smaller more Restrictive TB is going Backwards. ❌
I've taken what ER & Darin have said Literally and have tried to stay the Course. The Lid is/ was My last Obstacle.
C6 Corvette ZR1 & Z06 - Horsepower Research 468.......the engine dyno results - Enjoy these two videos as I get everything organized and await the files from Ben from EFI University... 3Hs9mUOPwnM XG5NkVZope4
Not a Ls7 intake test but Shows the Ls3 FAST Hi Ram VS the Holley. We see and Read Between the lines YB family... In my Spanish Paco voice: I not Stupid 🤣
Aint no way im paying $900 for a billet teepee top when i can freshen up my tig skills and build a teepee top..i can grind welds an paint if i want pretty lol.. i know how to do the tops..an really at that point id just do twin 92mms with stacks on them so 2800cfm,single 102mm is 1700cfm with a stack. So i could just do 2 of these on top the 300-670..looks like its 4"-5" long runners on them lo rams
More like 3 inches in Runner Length with the Low Ram. Main Reason I had to opt out.
Intake intended for 8500 to 9000 rpm on a 7800 max combination.
I've seen Every Holley Top imaginable. From KCS and a Nice Aluminum Flat Sheet with Spacers to Add plenum. To the one seen and or Hogan/ Wilson sheet metal and A few in-between. It's Eye candy....KCS prototype sent me a Email back asking what type of Lid I'm looking 4. Reply was: Smooth, No lines, 4500
so rev it..i got word today 3 more weeks for my holley split to show now they say..heard truth is really end of july,also heard they already sold all the term x they are bringing in an just taking in orders now an them people are going to be waiting even longer..
im thinking about trying the holley 822062 with 2 my tb setups..see its in stock and i know the 102mm version didnt do bad in the gpi intake test..that versions down fall is not enough space over the runner making the air turn 60-90 degrees..the dual 4150 will give it a straighter shot so maybe a 5 or 10hp gain over a 102mm version..just sick of waiting//they have a 5.5" runner..i just wish they listed the port info like they do with the splits..either way its in stock an $100 cheaper right now..