The above intake pictured is from a Trailblazer SS .. which if you ask me is one hell of a "soccer mom" SUV considering it comes equipped with an LS2!!
The benefit of running a "truck" intake versus a lower profile LS3 intake for example is that the taller runners and height of the intake itself is better suited to torque related applications, it also helps to keep all of my accessories "in-line". If a person swaps to a LS3 or F-body intake, they must also change up their accessory mounting so for me it made a lot of sense to go with the TBSS.
The LS2 comes with #33 injectors, compared to #28 for my LQ4 stockers .. However, I happened to have a pretty fresh set of LS3 injectors (#42) sitting on the workbench so I started to look into the best way to make these work with my set-up.
Despite the LS2 and LS3 essentially having the exact same fuel rail, there is a height difference in the injectors itself. If I was going to a taller injector I would space the rail up higher, however I was going to a shorter injector which required an "adapter" ... Found these cool little height adapters from Fuel Injector Connection,
Despite it looking a little hokey with the double clips etc, everything seated nicely into the manifold itself and afterall, I'm definitely not the first to do this. I am sure it will be fine,