Chevy Performance LT1 Intake Manifold


  • For 1992-1996 Gen II LT1 engines
  • Permits the use of a carburetor
  • Long runners increase engine torque
  • No water coolant holes
SKU: 24502592 Categories: ,

Chevy Performance Intake Manifold

If you’re looking for an intake manifold for your LT1 build, this long-runner cast aluminum manifold is a great choice. This LT1 manifold is designed for 1992-1996 Gen II LT1 engines with carburetors. The long runner design produces extra engine torque thanks to the way it packs a little more air into the combustion chamber – it offers up to 30 extra ft-lbs of torque with no loss in top end power.

What’s Included

This aluminum intake manifold fits 1992-96 Gen II LT1 engines and permits the use of a carburetor. This manifold does NOT have coolant passages/holes. This intake provides excellent useable street performance -or- can be fitted to high-horsepower competition-focused engines.

Important Notes

For use with Chevy Small Block Gen II LT1 engines. Features and specifications:

  • 1991 or later Gen II LT1 fitment (will not fit Gen 1 LT1’s)
  • Cast aluminum
  • P/N 24502592
  • For carburetors
  • No coolant passages
  • Long runner design for added torque
  • Fits 1992-1996 LT1 engines
  • Will fit LT 1 Gen 11 Corvette, Camaro/Firebird, and Caprice engines.

When you’re looking to upgrade your ride, keep Karl Kustoms in mind. With many years in business as a classic, custom, and restoration shop, we know what it means to get your ride running right. Check out this amazing restoration to learn about all our capabilities. We offer a price match guarantee on our products and free shipping on all orders over $99 to the lower 48. Give us a call at 866-697-8615 or contact us here.


Prop65WARNING: These auto parts can expose you to chemicals including phthalates and lead. Installing or using these parts can expose you to other parts containing these chemicals and to engine exhaust, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to