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Old 05-25-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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which intake?

I have a 2007 mustang gt. I'm ready to do an intake which when you guys are feeling the ford racing or the C & L
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Re: which intake?

Most intakes vary by only 1 or 2 HP and TQ so it is really up to which brand you like... A lot of people prefer the C & L though
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:24 PM   #3
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Re: which intake?

Are you asking about intake manifold, or cold air intake? Also you have not given a list of mod that you have done, or what you are going for. so that has a bearing on the answer.
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I have a cold air intake, tuner and exhaust. I have cams planned in the future but like having intake for a underhood jewelry.
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Re: which intake?

Unless you can get a manifold real cheep, it is a wast, take the money and buy cams. The manifold will not make the car run better unless you have cams and ported heads.
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Yeah I agree with you, I think for right now will do motion deletes and a BBK throttle body.
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Yeah I agree with you, I think for right now will do motion deletes and a BBK throttle body.
With out head work and cams, a tb is an even bigger waste.
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Thank you for your input what you think bout the motion delete
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Thank you for your input what you think bout the motion delete
Hurts low end torque. Ask Silversky, he wasnt real happy with his. Stock TB is fine until you go SC or Turbo or heads and cams.
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Unless you can get a manifold real cheep, it is a wast, take the money and buy cams. The manifold will not make the car run better unless you have cams and ported heads.
I can vouch for that.
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Old 05-26-2012, 11:42 AM   #11
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How about a x pipe hi flow catted
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Old 05-26-2012, 12:40 PM   #12
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I have a cervinis ramair hood functional. Works great. Would a tb do well for my set up. Engine stock. K&n air filter. Not gonna super chrg it. Want to set up like 70s ram air but modern. Inputs welcome thanks.
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I have a cervinis ramair hood functional. Works great. Would a tb do well for my set up. Engine stock. K&n air filter. Not gonna super chrg it. Want to set up like 70s ram air but modern. Inputs welcome thanks.
That's aggressive looking!
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I have a cervinis ramair hood functional. Works great. Would a tb do well for my set up. Engine stock. K&n air filter. Not gonna super chrg it. Want to set up like 70s ram air but modern. Inputs welcome thanks.
Stock tb is sufficent

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How about a x pipe hi flow catted
That would be the best HP gain with your current set up.
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Cool I'm looking at either a BBK catted or a Magna flow X Catted
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Thanks for the input. Have flowmaster super 40 axle backs. X pipe and long tube headers when I can afford.
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