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Old 10-30-2003, 07:52 PM   #1
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some neat projects for your viewing

The posts from a Split Port crossover tube, These little things are
responsible for cutting ~205 CFM! They are a bit taller, the bottoms
break off when they are removed.



The roughed-in TB opening, I'm thinking 65mm or more.
It was out of round when I got it, someone decided to play with the core



The top. This thing is RUFF inside, but luckily just the bottom of the
crossover, the top and sides are pretty smooth. The rear plug is removed too.



Blower Ported PI heads (4.6 mod motor)


Now, the real teaser!

What would YOU do???

I got other stuff but I gotta get off of here...
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Rob, is there anything you can do with this section?



looks like it could possibly open up a lot more flow to the closest side runners if the only way to get at them wasnt around this.

or not.
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Damn Robert some wild stuff. you are a man with a die grinder and has skills using it. do you also have a table band saw
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Do you mean the runners under that Mike, or that area itself?
The whole side can be cut out... but that is not needed. I have
really long carbide and can really port the heck out of those
intakes.
As for that area of the crossover tube, I'm going to fill in that
depression there, and get better flow. Stupid divot

I do not have a table bandsaw Corey, but I plan on getting one.
My welder has one, I've used it before.
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I think I was looking at it the wrong way....n/m

Rob, for those of us who dont have a PCV anymore would you be able to remove that inlet tube on top and plug it up? ie to have a cleaner upper.
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Hey stangin99 what do you have for the the evacuation of crankcase pressure filters or what. does the 99+ have a PVC system like the 94-98 with one going to the intake tube and the other to the lower area of the upper intake ????
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Re: some neat projects for your viewing

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Now, the real teaser!
Methinks I know.
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Hey Robert a U shaped plenum with the crossover in the front like the SS camaro with a twin duct system going down to 2 each ram air horns
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Hey stangin99 what do you have for the the evacuation of crankcase pressure filters or what. does the 99+ have a PVC system like the 94-98 with one going to the intake tube and the other to the lower area of the upper intake ????
I have breathers on both valve covers yea.

One PCV inlet is into the intake tube. The other you can see on Robs one pic of the top of a 99+ intake. Its the shiney metal pipe in the middle of it all.
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hey RGR what size those valves on the heads we are going to do?(big valve heads for my 3.8/4.2)
they are for an '87 engine
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For the carbed deal? It will be 1.84/1.50 (stock is 1.78/1.45)
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Do you mean the runners under that Mike, or that area itself?
The whole side can be cut out... but that is not needed. I have
really long carbide and can really port the heck out of those
intakes.
As for that area of the crossover tube, I'm going to fill in that
depression there, and get beter flow. Stupid divot

I do not have a table bandsaw Corey, but I plan on getting one.
My welder has one, I've used ot before.
Welded in divet = good : )
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