Holley EFI Modular Lo-Ram EFI Manifolds for GM LS3 - Engine Builder Magazine

Holley EFI Modular Lo-Ram EFI Manifolds for GM LS3

The Lo-Ram intake manifolds are designed for forced induction (supercharged or turbocharged) engine applications.

The Holley LS3 Lo-Ram intake manifold kits are designed for GM LS Gen III and Gen IV engines equipped with GM LS3/L92 cylinder heads. These intakes will work with OE or aftermarket cylinder heads.

The Lo-Ram intake manifolds are designed for forced induction (supercharged or turbocharged) engine applications. Details pertaining to the individual manifold styles can be found by following these links: Click here to check out the full line of Holley EFI Modular Lo-Ram Intake Manifolds

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