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Old 12-07-2004, 09:32 PM   #1
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throttle body and crossover tube

in the mod order list, under "stage 2", it says to get a TB and crossover tube matching. (for a 94-98 and i have a 98) would this be something to get or not since i have plans on P&P. or would this come after P&P. also where could i get both of these? i have found TBs all over but have never seen a crossover tube.

i think that list is a good one to follow. so i am trying to follow it given my budget
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The crossover tube is part of the Upper intake. What they are meaning is to get a P&P T/B, BBK T/B or a 60mm T/B off a Fox body 5.0 and have the T/B modified. Then the Crossover tube is P&P'd to match the T/B
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so this would all be done along the the P&P right. what is the best size to get then for the 98
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Well it should be done with with the P&P, but it sometimes cost extra. I can P&P a upper for you and increase the the crossover tube to 60mm and I also have a 60mm TB to go along with it. I think I even have a lower intake you can use that i can P&P also.
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Yes a 60 is about as big as you would need to go on a Single port
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Well it should be done with with the P&P, but it sometimes cost extra. I can P&P a upper for you and increase the the crossover tube to 60mm and I also have a 60mm TB to go along with it. I think I even have a lower intake you can use that i can P&P also.
so your saying you would P&P my upper intake, increase crossover tube to 60mm and you have a lower intake i could purchase that you would P&P along with a 60mm TB to go along with the P&P upper.

or do you have the upper that you would P&P

how much would it cost for both P&P and the TB just curious
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so your saying you would P&P my upper intake, increase crossover tube to 60mm and you have a lower intake i could purchase that you would P&P along with a 60mm TB to go along with the P&P upper.

or do you have the upper that you would P&P

how much would it cost for both P&P and the TB just curious
I'm saying I have a set, but now at the moment might be used by someone else. If he does, then I need a set of intakes from you so I can port and polish them. If he doesn't want them, then I have a set for you. What I would do is issue a $50 core charge. When I get your intakes you have on now after you swap the P&P intakes on, I'll give you back you $50. As for the TB's I have a couple in the mail that should be here in about a week or so, then I still need to modify them. But if you were to buy those 3 items from me, it would be about $320 - $350. Somewhere around there. I would still need to calculate shipping and get everything figured out.
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ok im starting to strongly consider this. the only thing is i prolly wont have the money very quickly so how much down time would i have if i had to send my intakes in to get them done.(i have no back up car for school) so it will be around 450ish with s&h right. and the last 2 questions for now: could i take off/install these myself and how much do you think new gaskets will be?
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yes you can install these yourself. the gaskets, new from ford, will cost you about $100. that covers both left and right intake gaskets as well as the front and rear gaskets.
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ok im starting to strongly consider this. the only thing is i prolly wont have the money very quickly so how much down time would i have if i had to send my intakes in to get them done.(i have no back up car for school) so it will be around 450ish with s&h right. and the last 2 questions for now: could i take off/install these myself and how much do you think new gaskets will be?
Yes you can definately do this yourself as long as your have someone mechanically inclined with you. As for gaskets, I would go to Autozone and get some Fel-pro gaskets for like 40 bucks. And finally for a price, tell me exactly what you want and I get you a price. OK?
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i would rpobably go with a P&P upper and lower intake with the crossover tube increased to 60mm. also a 60mm TB to go along with the newly modified upper.
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do you have some othe rmajor mod to require this? I dont think a ported upper will do much on a stock singleport...
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do you have some othe rmajor mod to require this? I dont think a ported upper will do much on a stock singleport...
well, a well flowing intake system certainly wont hurt his performance looks to me that, when combined with a mildly agressively cam, should make for some pretty nice gains in both HP and TQ. Then, as money allows, upgrading to forged internals will allow for some seroius boost
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do you have some othe rmajor mod to require this? I dont think a ported upper will do much on a stock singleport...
back a couple of years ago I installed my stage 3 RGR Upper on my otherwise stock motor I gained a whole 6 Hp on the dyno. Actually any large gains require head porting and a cam!!!
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well, a well flowing intake system certainly wont hurt his performance looks to me that, when combined with a mildly agressively cam, should make for some pretty nice gains in both HP and TQ. Then, as money allows, upgrading to forged internals will allow for some seroius boost
if he got a cam yes, as well as head work. But a stock motor you'd see maybe 5hp like corey said.

5hp can come from dynoing on a cold not-humid day
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well this will just be my start on getting all the P&P work done. once i get more money i am going to get a cam and the heads done. so i think in the end it will work out the best. im just doing as much as i can with my budget
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Yes you can definately do this yourself as long as your have someone mechanically inclined with you. As for gaskets, I would go to Autozone and get some Fel-pro gaskets for like 40 bucks. And finally for a price, tell me exactly what you want and I get you a price. OK?
could you get me a final price of:
P&P upper with crossover tube increased to 60mm
P&P lower
60mm TB

and if you could include all S&H charges
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