Edelbrock Releases Victor II EFI Intake For Gen III HEMI Engines

New from Edelbrock – their Victor II EFI intake manifold for Gen III HEMI engines. This intake is ideal for supercharged or turbocharged applications and features aluminum construction. See more details below.

Official Release:

Edelbrock is excited to announce the release of its much-anticipated Victor II EFI intake manifold for Gen III HEMI engines.

Edelbrock Victor II EFI intake manifold (#7179) is designed for use with Eagle Chrysler 5.7L, 6.1L and 6.4L Gen III HEMI engines with fuel injection. The overall design is similar to the factory 6.1L SRT intake manifold, but features relocated fuel injector bosses for improved flow and added nitrous bosses along the near vertical runners. The Victor II EFI also features a wider plenum than the stock 6.1L which yields more room for the 14″ long runners for increased power. This design, along with the aluminum construction, make this intake manifold make ideal for supercharged or turbocharged applications where the OEM active runner control is not desirable.

Other unique features, includes a front inlet has been machined to accommodate the factory style 80mm throttle body or the 92mm Hellcat throttle body with NO adapters or modifications required. It also utilizes the 5.7L and 6.1L throttle body location and will fit all 2009-later Gen III HEMI engines as well as 2005-08 Gen III 6.1L engines. The Victor II EFI will clear most hoods without modifications. A -6AN fuel rail kit (#3647) is also required and sold separately. This fuel rail kit includes; rails, crossover line and hardware for a complete installation.


  • Designed for use with Gen III HEMI 5.7L, 6.1L and 6.4L engines
  • Port flanges have machined grooves to accept stock port seals
  • Ideal for use within 1500-6500 rpm range
  • Manufactured from high-quality aluminum for maximum strength under boost
  • Designed, cast and machined in the USA for unsurpassed quality and performance

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