There was a time during the late-1980s through the late-90s, where many of GM’s trucks and full-sized passenger sedans relied on a primitive form of electronic fuel-injection. Being essentially updated versions of the GEN-I small-block Chevy V-8s, the GEN-Is did their best to offer the perfect balance of efficiency with an engine platform that pushing fifty-years old.
While many enthusiasts have disregarded these engines altogether, by either replacing them with something else or even switching to a carburetor, there are many others who have preferred to keep the EFI format, but with the requirements of additional power. Luckily, Edelbrock has heard their requests.
Edelbrock Victor E-Tec EFI Intake Manifold
TORRANCE, CA – Edelbrock is excited to announce the new Victor E-Tec EFI intake manifold for Vortec/E-Tec 262-400 c.i.d. Small-Block Chevy engines.
The Edelbrock Victor E-Tec EFI intake manifold (#29145) is an expanded version of the popular Victor E 23° manifold. This new manifold is intended for EFI applications like the Pro-Flo 3 EFI System.
Features include a deep plenum with tapered cross-sections and compatibility with standard, square-bore, throttle bodies. This manifold also has provisions for water bypass so it can be used with Vortec engine blocks and will accept OEM alternator brackets.
This manifold is intended for use within the 2,500-8,000 rpm range and is ready to use out-of-the-box and compatible with Edelbrock Fuel Rail Kit (#3630, available separately) for standard or Pico fuel injectors.
- Designed for use with 1996-later Vortec/E-Tec 262-400 c.i.d. Small-block Chevy engines with EFI
- Features include a deep plenum with tapered cross-sections and compatibility with standard,
square-bore, throttle bodies
- Provisions for water bypass for Vortec engine blocks and accepts OEM alternator brackets
- Ideal for use within 2,500-8,000 rpm range
- Designed, cast and machined in the USA for unsurpassed quality and performance
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.