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Old 07-02-2013, 06:45 PM   #1
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The big question is what is the difference between buying a ford racing intake manifold and buying the charge motion control plates (delete plates actually)... do they serve the same purposes? ??
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The big question is what is the difference between buying a ford racing intake manifold and buying the charge motion control plates (delete plates actually)... do they serve the same purposes? ??
I know one huge difference is looks. I have a friend here who bought it but he said he didn't see a difference with all his bolt ons.
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:24 AM   #3
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Getting the ford racing intake is great for FI , but won't hurt you if it's still N/A. Just won't see many if any gains unless you have all the bolt on products you can buy i.e Heads,Cams,long tubes . Delete plates are cheaper than the intake and are supposed to see some gaines. Just google ford racing intake there are a few articles out there that tell you what the gains were on that intake
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Cool thanks so I guess I will look more into the delete plates...
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the ford racing intake is for if you have cams or forced induction.
There is a article out there with dyno runs, you will lose alot of torque.
I would do the plates hands down. They even sell them with nitrous ports.
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