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Old 03-03-2004, 09:14 PM   #1
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ported intake question

i just bought a ported intake from suprman and im wondering if theres anything that i have to besides take my old one off and put the new one on. Is that all i have to do or do i need to replace anything else?
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if the gaskets are bad, then put new ones on. other than that, just swap them out and bolt everything back up. double then triple check you have vacuum hoses on, cause most of the time, you forget one
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Yes like Brandon said check the vac hookups. You have a 95 if he has a 97-98 intake there will be more vacume line hookups you will need to cap. Other than that it is remove and replace. I went the other way My stage 3 is a 94-95 and had less hookups than my 98 had.
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i believe the one i bought was for a 95 as well so im hoping i dont have any extra hookups... we'll see
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you should be all right
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Zim: IM me later tonite about that intake from Suprman.
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IMO you need at least a 1/2 shafted TB or a bigger TB to
take advantage of a ported intake. 1/2 shafted and ported,
a stocker will flow LOTS more than stock, so it is worth it.
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IMO you need at least a 1/2 shafted TB or a bigger TB to
take advantage of a ported intake. 1/2 shafted and ported,
a stocker will flow LOTS more than stock, so it is worth it.
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Better off to change tbodies before tuning if you are going to do a tune, changing after will only mess up your tune.
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Better off to change tbodies before tuning if you are going to do a tune, changing after will only mess up your tune.
the car would adapt enough for a small change like porting out a TB.

I have enough problems and the tune is necessary.
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I agree with rick in most situations, but if $$ are low, then it would be OK.
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you might wanna check out my new Poly-Hone process...

I can finish off your intakes in grand style
Honed as a single unit 8) Since they are already
ported, it would be cheaper!
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yeah you should be allright, but i would check the gasket! if you need a vac cap, i think i have some lying around here that i could send you one, also i think i'll have my TB that was half-shafted and ported by RGR up for sale soon as i'm going with a 60mm GT TB!

i think if you had it polyhoned it would be awesome as well! i'm thinking of getting my stage 3 intakes done!
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suprman, is this an intake from a 94-95 or am i going to need some vac caps?
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suprman, is this an intake from a 94-95 or am i going to need some vac caps?
honestly i can't remember! lol i think it might of been 95 but i'm not really sure!
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