Edelbrock Super Victor LS1 Intake Manifold Is the Only Intake
Accepted by NASCAR for the Grand National Busch East Series
Designed and engineered with NASCAR in mind, Edelbrock is pleased to release the Super Victor LS1 intake manifold, part #28097. This intake manifold is the only intake to power NASCAR's Grand National Busch Series East spec engines around the oval.
Building on the success of the Victor Jr. LS1 manifold, the Super Victor LS1 offers greater air flow potential for even bigger power gains from GM's LS1/LS6/LS2 engines in the 3500-8500 rpm range. The carb mount pad is 1.12" taller than the Victor Jr. LS1, and the port exits have been increased to 1.08" x 2.74". This manifold is the only intake manifold accepted by NASCAR's Grand National division/Busch East spec engine series and is sure to make an impact in the LS1 drag race market. An EFI version, #28095, is coming soon.
- The ultimate competition level intake for LS-Series engines
- The only intake manifold accepted by NASCAR's Grand National Busch East spec series
- Taller carb flange and increased volume offers huge air-flow for competition engines
- Accepts aftermarket gaskets for custom port-matching
- Part-No: 28097
- Retail: $579.00
For more information visit www.edelbrock.com, or call (800) 416-8628
About Edelbrock, LLC
Founded in 1938, Torrance-based Edelbrock Corp. is recognized as one of the nation's premier designers, manufacturers and distributors of performance replacement parts for the automotive and motorcycle after markets. For more information please visit us at www.edelbrock.com
A NASCAR contingency sponsor, Edelbrock is also an integral part of NASCAR's Automotive Licensing program. Edelbrock intake manifolds are exclusively licensed under the NASCAR Performance brand and bear the trademark on all advertising, marketing and packaging platforms.
About NASCAR Automotive Licensing
Developed in 1996, NASCAR's Automotive Licensing program builds awareness for the sport by creating marketing alliances with leading manufactures in the automotive industry. NASCAR supports the program with a fully-integrated media platform that includes a national reality television series, "NASCAR Angels," a weekly television show on SPEED, and a weekly radio show on the Motor Racing Network (MRN) and NASCAR Sirius Radio. The platform also consists of monthly magazine sections in Babcox publications, in-race car care advice on MRN, bi-weekly car care advice in NASCAR Scene as well as the NASCAR Performance Network on NASCAR.com. Today, over 37 leading companies are a part of NASCAR's Automotive Licensing program.