Jenvey Dynamics launches LS7 throttle body kit


Jenvey Dynamics Ltd., is launching a new downdraft individual throttle body (ITB) kit for the popular Chevrolet LS7 engine. The CKCT05T kit, which will be available from March, is the first to feature the company’s new spigot-body design and offers, what Jenvey claims is ‘the most compact downdraft ITB solution for the LS7 engine on the market’. 

“The Chevrolet LS7 engine is growing in popularity as a powerplant in race series and as a donor for sportscar manufacturers, tuners and hobbyists,” explained Jenvey Dynamics Ltd, managing director, Mike Jenvey. “Supporting our reputation for innovation, we have provided an aftermarket induction set-up that provides tangible improvements to power, driveability and throttle response alongside packaging benefits. The new ‘spigot body’ is our latest innovation and features a manifold with no flange, to provide further packaging benefits especially for future crossover ITB setups.”

The kit can be specified with aligned ports for specific applications, and is configured with 60mm taper throttle bodies with a 57mm butterfly or 60mm parallel throttle bodies. For height-restricted applications, 20mm billet airhorns can be specified as part of a highly modular setup. The design allows the fuel injectors to be fitted within the manifold or throttle bodies, which are available from 52 to 60mm depending on engine specification.


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