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Holley 558-416 Holley EFI LS Main Harness to LS3 MAP Sensor Adapter
Holley 558-416 Holley EFI LS Main Harness to LS3 MAP Sensor Adapter

Holley 558-416 Holley EFI LS Main Harness to LS3 MAP Sensor Adapter

L92 Chevy LS V8, L99 Chevy LS V8, LS3 Chevy LS V8, LS9 Chevy LS V8, LSA Chevy LS V8

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Holley 558-416 Holley EFI LS Main Harness to LS3 MAP Sensor Adapter
Holley 558-416 Holley EFI LS Main Harness to LS3 MAP Sensor Adapter
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090127686546
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558-416
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Holley EFI LS main harnesses have a MAP sensor connecter designed for use with an LS1/2 style MAP sensor. The 558-416 is an adapter harness that can be used to adapt any LS harness that uses a LS1/2 MAP sensor connection to a LS3 MAP, which is recommended for this manifold.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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