Edelbrock part #7139 Pro-Flo XT LS1 EFI intake manifold is engineered with a large plenum and tapered runners to deliver maximum horsepower and broad torque band throughout the rpm range (1500-7000 rpm). Features a 90mm throttle bore opening and 2.75" port exit height. This manifold produced 30 more horsepower over a stock LS6 manifold at 6500 rpm. The Edelbrock Pro-Flo XT LS1 #7139 EFI intake manifold Accepts Pro-Flo XT throttle body #3869 or adapter #2737 and standard LS1 throttle bodies. Compatible with LS1 Fuel Rail Kit #3629 (sold separately), which features -6 AN inlet and outlet.
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Recommended intake gasket: LS1/LS6 style individual port o-ring seals or Edelbrock #7386; Port exit dimensions: 1.04"x 2.74"; Manifold Dimensions: A-10.20", B-10.00", C-16.90", D-3.2", E-15 Deg; The throttle body centerline is located 6.75" above the valley plate and 2.5" forward of the first manifold hold-down bolt; 90mm single throttle bore opening; Accepts Edelbrock #3869 or #38693 90mm Pro-Flo XT Throttle body; PN 3629 LS1 XT Fuel Rail kit including provisions for either Pico or standard height injectors (available separately); Use RTV sealant to properly seal end seals, such as Edelbrock High Temp Silicone sealant #1076, DO NOT USE END SEALS GASKETS.; Hardened washers Must be used with intake bolts to ensure proper torque and prevent galling of the aluminum.; Sealant must be used on intake bolt threads if the threads extend into lifter valley or coolant passage.; NPT/Pipe thread fittings require the use of Teflon tape or paste on threads to ensure proper seal.; DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NPT/Pipe fittings, this may cause the aluminum to crack around the fitting boss. NPT/Pipe thread is a tapered thread.; To ensure maximum performance and a proper seal, Edelbrock gaskets which are specifically designed and manufactured for use with Edelbrock parts must be used.; Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Improper installation will void your warranty and may result in poor performance and engine or vehicle damage.