Edelbrock Victor II 5.0L Coyote Intake Manifold - Engine Builder Magazine

Edelbrock Victor II 5.0L Coyote Intake Manifold

The Edelbrock Victor II intake manifold (#7180) is designed for use with Ford Coyote engines running in the 1500 - 7500 rpm operating range. It features long tapered, crossover-style runners with a large plenum for outstanding performance.

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Edelbrock has announced a new intake manifold for the 2011-16 Ford 5.0L Coyote V8 engine.

The Edelbrock Victor II intake manifold (#7180) is designed for use with Ford Coyote engines running in the 1500 – 7500 rpm operating range. It features long tapered, crossover-style runners with a large plenum for outstanding performance. The cast aluminum construction makes this manifold ideal for nitrous, supercharged and turbo applications.

This intake manifold also includes provisions for all emissions equipment and retains the stock fuel rail. The Victor II also features cast bosses on the runners for a direct port nitrous system for competition applications. Plus, the low profile design allows it to fit all factory 2011-16 Ford Mustang hoods and strut tower braces. It’s also compatible with Ford Performance Parts 90mm throttle body without the need for an adapter.

Engine dyno testing resulted in 27 more ft.-lbs. of torque over a common aftermarket plastic upgrade intake manifold and an additional 16 horsepower over the stock intake manifold.

Features Include:

  • Designed for use with factory Ford Coyote 5.0L engines with stock style cylinder heads
  • Features long tapered, crossover-style runners with a large plenum for outstanding performance
  • The Victor II made 27 ft.-lbs. of torque over a common plastic upgrade intake manifold and 16 more horsepower over the stock manifold
  • Designed, cast and machined in the USA for unsurpassed quality and performance

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