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Old 10-21-2014, 01:19 AM   #1
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Opinions on SVE U&L Intake Manifold

Just wondering how you guys feel on the SVE upper and lower intake manifold, sure its affordable, but is it just a small upgrade from the stock OE?

$350 sounds good if its worth it but at the same time if i can get more bang for my buck i wouldnt mind going for a different one.
I just read an article on GT40 tubular intakes, cobra and explorer intakes and how their almost all so similar. i wouldnt mind them but finding the right one can take time.

So what do you guys think?

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I would use the money for something else and just wait for something to pop up on Craigslist or the junkyard. Is your engine stock ?
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Stock motor, only modification besides suspension work is 4.10 gears. Now i been looking into tubular k-Members to shave weight off the front.
I know the basics for performance would be top end, cam and exhaust. But california smog is a b!t*h. So really looking for smog legal stuff.
Hooks on smogs are getting harder to find and more expensive, which is why i can keep my stock top end and throttle body to swap out before smogs

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