07-23-2012, 04:13 PM #1
New RIVA / Wilson Billet Intake Manfiold now shipping
Riva has changed up the design quite a bit since I first laid eyes on a prototype manifold at World Finals. They now include a billet fuel rail with the intake manifold. The manifold/fuel rail is made for the 75 and 100 lb hr injectors, however an optional bracket kit will be available in early August to accommodate traditional style injectors.
There is now an optional ECU mount bracket.
These are in stock and available for immediate shipping.
RIVA/Wilson Billet Intake Manifold Our billet aluminum intake manifold delivers superior performance & reliability through improved flow characteristics and bulletproof construction. Engineered by Wilson Manifolds, the leader in racing intake manifold design, this part directly replaces the original plastic manifold that is prone to fail in high boost supercharged and turbo applications. Advanced runner and plenum design compliments all performance engine configurations. Improved cylinder sealing flange utilizes OEM O-ring seals. Includes high volume fuel rail providing optimized cylinder to cylinder fuel distribution for more power and reliability. Accepts universal bracket for OEM & aftermarket ECUís. CNC machined and assembled in the USA by Wilson Manifolds exclusively for RIVA Racing. Key Features Include:
- Designed for high boost supercharged & turbo applications.
- Billet Fuel Rail with integrated Fuel Pressure Gauge.
- Superior sealing flange utilizes OEM O-rings.
- Direct replacement for original plastic intake manifold.
- Advanced runner & plenum design out-performs stock manifold.
- Accepts universal ECU mount for OEM & aftermarket ECUís.
- Accommodates all stock sensors.
- Manifold includes fuel rail brackets designed to fit RIVA 75lb & 100lb Pro-series Injectors. Optional Fuel Rail Bracket Kit (RS12050-BIM-SIB) sold separately for use of OEM length/style injectors.
- Optional Universal ECU Bracket (RS12050-BIM-EMK) sold separately.
11-03-2012, 03:33 PM #2
I was just watching the Science Channel's "How It's Made", and they were doing a segment on intake manifolds. They had Wilson doing it. Pretty cool.
Last edited by CrazyA; 11-04-2012 at 04:47 PM.
11-03-2012, 09:35 PM #3
11-04-2012, 06:56 PM #4
That's cool stuff. Thanks for sharing the vid Meeper
11-04-2012, 07:07 PM #5
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