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Old 10-12-2003, 09:03 AM   #1
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Ported Intake Dealers

what r the companies and URL's i can only think of RPM and SuperSix but i know there r a few more.
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www.extremeeffect.com will be selling good ones here soon
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RGR, but he is in partnership with RPM, Morana does some but his upper intake is only stage 1 I think.
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yea I hear RGR is good, I am going with them unless I hear good about Venom Kit
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Super six is good. They do REALLY nice work. plus, you don't have to send in your intake, you can just send in the stock one you pull off your car. Way less downtime that way. SSM is a little cheaper too.
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RGR, RPM do not require you to send yours first as a matter of fact I dont know any that require it.
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Seriously, I have never heard of Supersix being "cheaper" than anyone. They were the whole inspiration for SBMS to go into business because he felt he could provide equal or better products at a far better price, its a shame he wasn't so good as a business man. ExtremeEffects, keep the dream alive guys.
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Seriously, I have never heard of Supersix being "cheaper" than anyone.
I was about to say cheaper ???? But SSM has a proven and fine product and that cannot be taken away from Tom.

In the same breath I would PM or Email Steve at EE and see if they will make available parts of their Venom Pack separately. I can imagine at first they will be making complete kits to meet the demand.
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Well, when I was shopping around RGR's site said that you had to send in the lower because they didn't provide a core up front, you had to provide it. For the splitport anyway.

As for SSM being cheaper, they were the second cheapest place I found, (RGR being cheapest but I would have had way too much down time) upper and lower fully ported and gasket matched for $300 a peice, shipping included. Not only were the intakes REALLY nicely done, but they were powdercoated bright silver. looks freakin' awesome. I really don't get why people bash on SSM for being expensive. Yes his prices are higher up front but he gives you a boatload of cash for your cores to make sure he gets cores back. I dont' have a problem with that at all.
Plus between the intakes and the flex spacer it made a world of difference so I am really happy about the whole thing.
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RPM's prices look really good
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Well, when I was shopping around RGR's site said that you had to send in the lower because they didn't provide a core up front, you had to provide it. For the splitport anyway...
hmmm, not like that now, I've had all cores for a long time now.

And I now offer nearly everything you would need.
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you newer stang guys are so lucky ! hard time getting speed stuff for the older foxes
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you newer stang guys are so lucky ! hard time getting speed stuff for the older foxes
I see Robert is as puzzled with this statement as I am!!!! All anyone has is Fox body stuff there is a million 5.0 aftermarket parts floating around
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you newer stang guys are so lucky ! hard time getting speed stuff for the older foxes
I see Robert is as puzzled with this statement as I am!!!! All anyone has is Fox body stuff there is a million 5.0 aftermarket parts floating around
And at very affordable prices. The 5.0 has to be the cheapest to mod.
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OK maybe I should have been clearer, speed parts for 3.8 pre roller motors from the foxes( not all of us are 5.0 guys no matter how "cheap" the swap is)
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you newer stang guys are so lucky ! hard time getting speed stuff for the older foxes
I see Robert is as puzzled with this statement as I am!!!! All anyone has is Fox body stuff there is a million 5.0 aftermarket parts floating around
And at very affordable prices. The 5.0 has to be the cheapest to mod.
what I think he means is...... I had a 68 Mustang that i Put a 302 in back in 1984. It was a 6cyl conversion. ford motors back then were not as popular as the chevy 350 and parts for a FORD were WAY MORE EXPENSIVE than GM engines to build. Parts and bolt ons were hard to find. No real market at the time.... Now Ford 302 and 4.6 is a popular motor at the track and the demand for parts have reduced the price and more companies do stuff for Ford. Build a 302 20 years ago and people looked at you like WHY? you can build a chevy 383 stroker for less $. Yeah I'm old but still havin fun. Alot has changed in 19 years. And if you said 19 years ago your were building a v6 you would get thrown out of the speed shop into the street by the collar of your shirt. now my v6 runs better than some old big block GTOs and Chargers..... How times change.
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OK maybe I should have been clearer, speed parts for 3.8 pre roller motors from the foxes (not all of us are 5.0 guys no matter how "cheap" the swap is)
Actually, there are several flat
tappet cams avail. that are NOT regrinds...
can't say that for the roller cams.

But we have built up quite a following for
the newer V6 I must say
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OK maybe I should have been clearer, speed parts for 3.8 pre roller motors from the foxes (not all of us are 5.0 guys no matter how "cheap" the swap is)
Actually, there are several flat
tappet cams avail. that are NOT regrinds...
can't say that for the roller cams.

But we have built up quite a following for
the newer V6 I must say
Yes you have Robert !!!!! Thank God
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"WE" as in myself and the other old timers, RPM really
made prices competitive cuz he either gets better deals
or is just less greedy 8) Mik is a cool dood.

But it's a chicken-egg conundrum, would the V6 market
have taken off w/o the suppliers or customers? It takes
BOTH and also Ford for giving us a great base engine
to tinker with. Props to FORD!!!
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V-6 speed parts

ok here goes for ya maybe you can shed some light:
3.8 with 4.2 cam ported/polished heads w/blended bowls, headers and a morana 4 bbl intake
so what cam sounds good for 3.27 gears /AOD with converter mod and shift body kit? carb will be (as close as I can get till the numbers come in) a 400cfm holley

this car will be used for honda "adjusting" as well as beltway cruiser
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I got one question for you (EE & RGR).

Do you ship to Norway (Europe)?
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ok here goes for ya maybe you can shed some light:
3.8 with 4.2 cam ported/polished heads w/blended bowls, headers and a morana 4 bbl intake
so what cam sounds good for 3.27 gears /AOD with converter mod and shift body kit? carb will be (as close as I can get till the numbers come in) a 400cfm holley

this car will be used for honda "adjusting" as well as beltway cruiser
Get a cam in the 205/210 range, the 4.2 cam is a weak 185* duration.
Good headers and a good exh system dictate single pattern so that
is kewl, I'd use deeper gears (3.45 or 3.73) since it is AOD and I can
make you a 4bbl intake also, did one for Mik @ RPM and he loves it!
A 390 Holley is great, Vac. secondary. They also make a 450 vac. sec.
But either one will be enough. The 450 can support 300 BHP, and a 390
will do over 250 BHP easily. I'd suggest the 390 with the rest of the
combo being what it is... The small cams I suggest will make more
low end torque than a 4.2 cam, think of it as an RV cam in a truck setup.

What year is your block? Is it roller?
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I got one question for you (EE & RGR).

Do you ship to Norway (Europe)?
Sure, customer pays all shipping.
I get quotes for shipping, and I do not
add bogus "handling charges" like
TV companies do. I don't really
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I'm just telling you that I only charge
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as far as the block is concerned, its out of a 1987 T-bird and is a non-roller block, and it was supposed to read 4.2 crank and a special cam but i sometimes think faster than i can type
btw i'm shooting for 300 hp if i can get it
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as far as the block is concerned, its out of a 1987 T-bird and is a non-roller block, and it was supposed to read 4.2 crank and a special cam but i sometimes think faster than i can type
btw i'm shooting for 300 hp if i can get it

OK, start all over! I'd use the bigger carb or even a 500 CFM 4bbl.
I have a pretty good flat tappet cam that I can sell you, and big valve
heads on the intakes would rock with this cam. Cheaper too.

3.27 gears would be OK with a 4.2 but more is better even in this case.
3.45's would be perfect IMO for a hot streeter 4.3 (might as well bore it)
My machinist says 60 over is plenty safe on these blocksm he has
done it and has a block bored that size now, it is great!

The cam I have is a 216/228 with .524"/.554" lift and 112* LCA.
I'd run a 1.8 rocker for the intake side, effectively adding ~2*
at the valve and making lift .545"
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ok so tell me what will it cost for cam and intake , roller chain (will cam have to be degreed?) for the intake will you be using my old one? (this is a carbed motor)
will 94-95 headers work on my motor?
how much for the bigger valve heads? motor bored .030 over allready
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ok so tell me what will it cost for cam and intake , roller chain (will cam have to be degreed?) for the intake will you be using my old one? (this is a carbed motor)
will 94-95 headers work on my motor?
how much for the bigger valve heads? motor bored .030 over allready
I'll email you about prices, but I have an intake core for carbed,
94-95 headers do work and 30 over is nice.
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OK maybe I should have been clearer, speed parts for 3.8 pre roller motors from the foxes( not all of us are 5.0 guys no matter how "cheap" the swap is)
Just FYI I have my carb 3.8/4.2 motor that I never ran that I'm getting
ready to take apart. If you were interested in a ported carb lower (ready
for a 4bbl holley) and ported heads let me know.
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I'm not exactly "partnered" with Robert, but we are friends and do work
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needed me to update that stuff just let me know. I'm having a bbq tonight
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I'm having a bbq tonight so I won't be able to do it


Mikael you a BBQ NOOOOOOO!!! really HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAA The BBQ King
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OK maybe I should have been clearer, speed parts for 3.8 pre roller motors from the foxes( not all of us are 5.0 guys no matter how "cheap" the swap is)
Just FYI I have my carb 3.8/4.2 motor that I never ran that I'm getting
ready to take apart. If you were interested in a ported carb lower (ready
for a 4bbl holley) and ported heads let me know.
I'd be cool with you selling him the 4 barrel intake, but he did want
BV heads and I was going to do the carbed versions (yours were EFI)
I think that first 4 barrel intake I did was a good one, neat piece
Shooting for 300 BHP 4.2 carbed 8)
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I'd be cool with you selling him the 4 barrel intake, but he did want
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I think that first 4 barrel intake I did was a good one, neat piece
Shooting for 300 BHP 4.2 carbed 8)
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