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Old 06-14-2013, 09:36 AM   #1
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Two stupid questions

I have two questions: what is split port (heads) and what is LMR?
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I have two questions: what is split port (heads) and what is LMR?
Late model restoration. Like American muscle it's a car site.. Slit port is on the 99-04 v6 they have split runner on the upper intake we're 94-98 have single port.. Long runners.. 99-04 is much better airflow.. So a lot of 94-98 v6 owners will do a swap.. It's good for Some 20-30hp I think..
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And if I'm not mistaken single port is a bit more torquey than out split ports
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Thanks I was just wondering cause I've seen people say stuff about those two things and I didn't know what they were talking about lol
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There's no such thing as stupid questions here sure there are stupid actions you can do but not questions
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I believe I partake in stupid actions also lol :p
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And if I'm not mistaken single port is a bit more torquey than out split ports
Just low end because of the long runners not worth it.. You will barley notice any diffrence with the amount of HP gained
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stupid question

like the man said there are no stupid questions " he who asks is a fool for five minutes, he who does not ask remains a fool forever".
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like the man said there are no stupid questions " he who asks is a fool for five minutes, he who does not ask remains a fool forever".
I like that. That's a good quote to remember
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the single ports handle boost(super/turbo chargers) better. One of the fastest V6 mustangs is s twin turbo single port 3.8. I think it's running close to 10 seconds on the quarter mile, right next to SSM's 4.2 split port with NOS.
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the single ports handle boost(super/turbo chargers) better. One of the fastest V6 mustangs is s twin turbo single port 3.8. I think it's running close to 10 seconds on the quarter mile, right next to SSM's 4.2 split port with NOS.
_J_'s twin turbo convertible splitport runs 10.6's in the 1/4 full street weight (think its like 3500lbs) and DR's

Matthew from delk has the fastest pass to date but it came with a price.. He lifts the heads every time he hits full boost, was a 9.8 1/4 mile iirc, it is a singleport.. But he's cramming so much damn boost down its throat its about useless
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