Hilborn 327C8B Mechanical Fuel Injection, 2-7/16 Inch Base Only
The Hilborn RAW Power Injectors pick up where the Basic Injector leaves off. This injector will fit standard 23 degree heads. Utilizing a curve throat design, the RAW Power provides minimal flow disruption, allowing outstanding port speed for maximum cylinder fill. Hilborn injectors come with numerous standard features that prove once again, you get more value from Hilborn Fuel Injection.
This aluminum RAW Power Fuel Injector is designed primarily for oval track and features a 1-piece construction. Unit comes with throttle return springs, breathers, lines, primary and secondary by-pass valves, linkage, 4 pills, and instructions. All units are factory flow-tested.
Note: Does not include nozzles or stacks - they must be ordered separately.
- This product is discontinued.
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