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I tried searching but cannot find an answer.
Has anyone tried the Holley Low-Ram intake on a GTO?
What I am wondering is if it works well and if it will clear the factory hood.
 

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The new stuff. I think it just came out end of 2019.
It says it's designed for forced induction and may fit under factory hoods.
I guess I'm wondering if indeed it does fit under hood and will it work/ still perform better than stock on an NA application
 

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It came out early late 2019. It’s made to fit better under stock hoods. The reason it’s marketed as a forced induction intake is the very short runner length. Without boost ur gonna lose a lot of low end torque. This would not be a good option for a mild N/A street application.
 

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I’d get the btr myself. Given the design of the newer Holley and injector placement. But it will fit.
Or just run a fast and get runner length options and be used for any application.
 

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BTR is designed for peak power at high rpms. 6000-8000. Better have killer valve train and all other mods that work at high rpms to take advantage of this manifold. And weight is 20 lbs. That's heavy if you don't need manifold for high boost.
Same thing with Holley Low Ram, just even more peaky and more heavy.
 
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