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Old 01-14-2011, 07:42 PM   #1
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New 3valve intakes

Anyone tryed any of the new 3 valve intakes, most intersted in the new JPC unit. i all so here that FAST is coming out with one all so
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Old 01-15-2011, 11:21 AM   #2
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Re: New 3valve intakes

What exactly are you referring to , cold air intakes or intake manifolds.
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I currently have the FFRP intake manifold that doesn't flex like others and it does make you engine breathe easier and does allow a higher rpm limit. Yes I do recommend it. Tough time finding a strut brace though I ended up with a bullet strut brace and it fits with minor hood rubbing on the heat shield. Looks great with that red ford racing logo though. Will get off my lazy *** and post pictures later ok budd.
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And oh that JPC unit is supposed to be some real top notch stuff. If you have the money and plan on major power upgrades in the future I would get that over the C&L, or FFRP units.
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JPC has two intakes, one for racing $1200.00 and a street version $799. I am using a gt500 60 mm throttle body and JCP has both bolt patterns
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JPC has two intakes, one for racing $1200.00 and a street version $799. I am using a gt500 60 mm throttle body and JCP has both bolt patterns
Would you rather have a 62mm TB instead, I have the L&M version and I love it.
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I was going to get the Ford Racing, But at 550.00 price to high, [I] paid 80.00 for adp plate and people are giving away GT500 TB's. got mine from Tasca ford only $10.00 for shipping. total cost 92.00 . I am building my car with slightly used or new parts that people buy and never install. i have gotten stuff real cheep. My Bullitt strut bar was free, i got a one piece Alu drive shaft by Coastal for 300.00 with loop( the guy sold his mustang.New cost 750.00
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I was going to get the Ford Racing, But at 550.00 price to high, [I] paid 80.00 for adp plate and people are giving away GT500 TB's. got mine from Tasca ford only $10.00 for shipping. total cost 92.00 . I am building my car with slightly used or new parts that people buy and never install. i have gotten stuff real cheep. My Bullitt strut bar was free, i got a one piece Alu drive shaft by Coastal for 300.00 with loop( the guy sold his mustang.New cost 750.00
Tasca in Rhode Island that's where I got my L&M from DON. It fits direct to the FFRp manifold. Hey it doesn't matter how you get your parts as long as they work. I gotta get myself an aluminum diveshaft as well, was thinking of shafts for 599. Is yours already installed and if so is there any balancing issues at speeds.
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Love the driveshaft, big difference, you can feel it in the clutch pedal, mine is a 4' will take 750 lbs off torke, I dont need it but the price was wright. If you lowered you car you need an adjustable upper control arm, pinion angle must be correct, no forgiveness.
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Love the driveshaft, big difference, you can feel it in the clutch pedal, mine is a 4' will take 750 lbs off torke, I dont need it but the price was wright. If you lowered you car you need an adjustable upper control arm, pinion angle must be correct, no forgiveness.
That's y I am going with the shafts drive shaft which is a 3.5" dia. No rubbing issues if lowered. Would I need an upper control arm for adjustments anyway.
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It is not a rubbing issue, there is enought room, it is an aligment problem, to much pressure on the pinion bearing. rear is very sensitive to that, you can hear it if it is not right.
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It is not a rubbing issue, there is enought room, it is an aligment problem, to much pressure on the pinion bearing. rear is very sensitive to that, you can hear it if it is not right.
Good to know thanks for the info
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ford racing and C&L have them, seems they give 15-20 depending on other mods
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ford racing and C&L have them, seems they give 15-20 depending on other mods
Is the ford racing manifold good? Because I've heard a lot about it flexing and saw a YouTube video of one and it was flexing a lot I couldn't believe it.
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This comment applys to N/A motors!!!!! After all the people and tuners i have talked to and reading about the FRPP and C&L manifolds it seams the manifold should be one of the last upgrades. ( for a N/A motor )
The stock intake already flows enought air, More than the stock setup can handle. Spend the money on Cams . Heads, delete plates(used if you can find them). 60mm GT500 TB is a good cheep upgrade, 500 owners are giving them away(w/o electronics). JPC has a great intake coming out, and i read someware that FAST is coming out with one. If i had a FI motor i would go with the JPC. Just my opinion, but i have been building motors and racing since 1968, The parts are just to much money to now adays.
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This comment applys to N/A motors!!!!! After all the people and tuners i have talked to and reading about the FRPP and C&L manifolds it seams the manifold should be one of the last upgrades. ( for a N/A motor )
The stock intake already flows enought air, More than the stock setup can handle. Spend the money on Cams . Heads, delete plates(used if you can find them). 60mm GT500 TB is a good cheep upgrade, 500 owners are giving them away(w/o electronics). JPC has a great intake coming out, and i read someware that FAST is coming out with one. If i had a FI motor i would go with the JPC. Just my opinion, but i have been building motors and racing since 1968, The parts are just to much money to now adays.
I had the FFRP intake manifold on my 2007 gt and after driving with it I would recommend it. Higher rev limit, quicker revs and there is a kind of boost that it also provided kind of like a very small supercharger. I liked the fact that I didn't have to downshift and bang on the throttle to get higher speed. All I had to do is step on the gas pedal gradually and and watch the speed build without much effort, this was of course with upgraded cams, without cams forget it. And oh hot rod cams did add power with the manifold but they rev very slow and I hated that, I would pair the FFRP intake manifold with a really nice set of springs required cams.
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I had the FFRP intake manifold on my 2007 gt and after driving with it I would recommend it. Higher rev limit, quicker revs and there is a kind of boost that it also provided kind of like a very small supercharger. I liked the fact that I didn't have to downshift and bang on the throttle to get higher speed. All I had to do is step on the gas pedal gradually and and watch the speed build without much effort, this was of course with upgraded cams, without cams forget it. And oh hot rod cams did add power with the manifold but they rev very slow and I hated that, I would pair the FFRP intake manifold with a really nice set of springs required cams.
I totaly AGREE.
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JPC has two intakes, one for racing $1200.00 and a street version $799. I am using a gt500 60 mm throttle body and JCP has both bolt patterns
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Thinking of trying the FRPP intake after cams, still haven't decided between the FRPP and Brenspeed DR's. I like the look of the FRPP TB also but its really expensive may try the gt500tb route instead. Already have shorty headers, 373's and the airaid CAI with its insert removed. Currently running a brenspeed tune.
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