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Old 01-07-2013, 01:37 PM   #36
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So all I need to do is change the intake , is there anymore to it and will it fit my 3.8
Crazystang, seriously?

Just go to the build thread I posted. That will tell you everything you need to know...
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So all I need to do is change the intake , is there anymore to it and will it fit my 3.8
No, check the link above, a good write up with plenty of pictures.
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I picked mine up at a junkyard for 23$... car-part is a ripoff if those are the prices...

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Hell yeah! Get your haggle on!
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+1000000 pawn stars is my favorite show! take notes from the old man definitely.
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+1000000 pawn stars is my favorite show! take notes from the old man definitely.
The old man is amazing!!
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so it reaches peak faster? i thought they were plastic.
It has large gains under the curve through-out the powerband which are the ones you can feel

Yes they are abs "plastic" if I remember correctly, it helps keep the air cooler as well since it doesn't hold the heat as much as the factory metal intake, so it's a plus not a drawback
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It has large gains under the curve through-out the powerband which are the ones you can feel

Yes they are abs "plastic" if I remember correctly, it helps keep the air cooler as well since it doesn't hold the heat as much as the factory metal intake, so it's a plus not a drawback
After Spirited driving for 15 minutes, I can open my hood and put my hand onto the intake without turning it into bacon.
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After Spirited driving for 15 minutes, I can open my hood and put my hand onto the intake without turning it into bacon.
Lmao exactly
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It has large gains under the curve through-out the powerband which are the ones you can feel

Yes they are abs "plastic" if I remember correctly, it helps keep the air cooler as well since it doesn't hold the heat as much as the factory metal intake, so it's a plus not a drawback
oh i already knew why plastic is better. But yours is metal in the picture? Btw plastic isn't a conductor of heat so that's what keeps it cooler.
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metal in what picture? every pic i see has a plastic intake
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oh i already knew why plastic is better. But yours is metal in the picture? Btw plastic isn't a conductor of heat so that's what keeps it cooler.
no it's shiney plastic piping... and when you said "i thought they were plastic" in a thread about the windstar i thought you were talking about the intake not the homemade cai on the front of it lol
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no it's shiney plastic piping... and when you said "i thought they were plastic" in a thread about the windstar i thought you were talking about the intake not the homemade cai on the front of it lol
ohhh okay it's looks like that shiny metal in that picture. and I was talking about the intake in the picture it just looked like metal to me. anyway, is it a painful swap for a v6 to do?
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There are clearance issues with a stock hood so if you try to piece it together all by yourself just going to the junkyard it's gona take some work not a simple bolt on hour long job. Plus you need to either make brackets for the coil pack and throttle rig or buy them from VAP auto, and I don't know I'd he's still selling the pieces, last time I checked he wasn't selling the full kit, but still selling pieces like that.
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Well truthfully I thought about dropping the coyote motor In it with twin turbos and nos
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Well truthfully I thought about dropping the coyote motor In it with twin turbos and nos
if you have the cash to do that then why are you in a sixxer if i can ask? and i know what kinda money you'd be looking at for that project which is why im skeptical...and for future reference it's nitrous...nos is a brand name

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Well truthfully I thought about dropping the coyote motor In it with twin turbos and nos
From what I know, your talking about a nearly $20,000 project. A lot of people get these grand ideas, until they find out what it actually costs. I love my six, and spend a lot of money on it, but I think 20k is definitely past the point when I would say its time for a new project.
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Not religious at all. Since I'm going to hell for a jk on forum I'll just stop... That and we don't discuss religion per the site rules.
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The v6 is what I'm keeping for the time the coyote motor will be in my garage why I build it up , then ill drop it in I have a buddy with one that's twin turbo
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The v6 is what I'm keeping for the time the coyote motor will be in my garage why I build it up , then ill drop it in I have a buddy with one that's twin turbo
.... Good luck lol
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The v6 is what I'm keeping for the time the coyote motor will be in my garage why I build it up , then ill drop it in I have a buddy with one that's twin turbo
pics of your buddies car? because i've chatted with a handful of TT 5.0's on various forums so maybe i know him.
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