NEW FROM AEROFLOW
A range of new products have been introduced to the market by Aeroflow
Since 2010, Aeroflow Performance Products has grown to design and manufacture close to 12,000 quality products. Amongst the latest releases are the following products.
High Mount Turbo Manifold for Ford Falcon BF-FG XR6 with Turbo ‘Barra’ Engine
Aeroflow Performance steampipe turbo manifolds are a series of pipes that collect exiting exhaust gases which can be channelled into Aeroflow’s merge collector which are perfectly matched to its Boosted range of turbochargers.
The merge collector design allows all pipes to enter at the exact same angle, and merge together at a point in the middle, pointing straight into the turbine.
No pipes enter across each other, so airflow is not disrupted, meaning a perfect balance between boost control and flow.
With minimal back pressure where the manifold meets the turbo, Aeroflow says you can be sure that you are getting the best flow possible from the turbo manifold.
Aeroflow says its turbo manifolds are finished to the highest of standards, constructed from thick wall 3mm mandrel bent steam pipe with CNC Machined header and turbo flanges.
Each flange is milled after welding to ensure precise surface finish and these manifolds are supplied with a short wastegate starter pipe designed to allow the fabricator to choose the size of the wastegate required, and the position the wastegate sits in.
Each manifold is finished with a black enamel coat for shipping purposes only. Aeroflow does recommend to have this manifold either wrapped with exhaust wrap or ceramic coated to ensure protection for external accessories and reduce under bonnet temperatures.
Twist Mount Adapter to suit GM LS
Aeroflow says this three-inch V-Band to G40-45 V-Band Adapter will rotate the turbocharger on an angle from their single turbo manifold AF8200-1005 (sold separately).
This will for allow for the turbocharger to clear engine bay components such as A/C and power steering pumps.
It can be used as part of a single turbo manifold “builders Kit” when also using AF8200-1005 and AF8200-1010. This steam pipe adapter features the AF8080-1019 V-Band flange welded on one end to fit GT40/GT45 style turbochargers as found in their range. (Boosted 6270 up to Boosted 7682 in V-Band flange).
Mid-Rise GM LS Cathedral Port EFI Intake Manifold
Aeroflow Performance has increased its range of bolt-on performance intake manifolds and now offers a single plane EFI mid-rise to suit 4150 throttle body flanges that will accept up to 1.75” throttle bores.
This single plane manifold is designed for optimal performance between 2500-7000rpm and is said to be perfect for use on cars with low bonnet clearance, with only 125mm / 4.95” height from the valley plate.
Aeroflow Performance says this is an excellent manifold choice for use with forced induction and nitrous applications, as the lightweight cast aluminium with consistent wall thicknesses allows your engine to perform at its best.
It is supplied with 6061-T6 aluminium black anodised large bore fuel rails with -8ORB female ports to suit 14mm injectors, with fuel rail brackets to suit short length (33.60mm) and 3/4” (48.65mm) length injectors.
It is available with cast aluminium or powder coated black finishes and comes complete and ready to bolt-on with all fasteners and intake O-Rings supplied. It suits all GM LS Gen III or IV engines equipped with LS1/LS2/LS6 style cathedral port heads.
Fuel Rail Kit to suit Mid-Rise GM LS Cathedral Port EFI Intake Manifold
This replacement fuel rail kit to suit Mid-Rise Cathedral Port intake manifolds includes two x 6061-T6 aluminium -8 ORB large bore fuel rails to suit 14mm injectors, 12 mounting brackets to suit short length (33.60mm) and 3/4” (48.65mm) length injectors, three x -8AN adapters, one x -8AN Block-Off, one x -8AN cross-over pipe and mounting fasteners.
This rail kit is a direct replacement for the Aeroflow mid-rise intake manifold and a perfect choice for converting any V8 to EFI with 112mm injector spacing, explains Aeroflow Performance.
For more information, visit www.aeroflowperformance.com