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Old 03-18-2014, 10:53 AM   #1
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So I have a few question so as some of you know I own a 2010 mustang gt and was thinking of getting the ford racing intake manifold the question is is worth it do any of you guys have it did you notice a difference any dyno #? I know its like getting charge motion delete plates is this right? What can you guys that have it tell me about it thanks
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I bought the car with it installed and a ton of other mods BUT when I had my Bullitt I looked into it and there wasn't much to be gained by the intake alone. Sure does look damn good though.

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It looks really cool, that's about it. It does take care of the cmdp, but then you'll need gears to compensate for the small loss of low end. With no other big mods, it's more of a cosmetic mod, especially for the $$.
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It looks really cool, that's about it. It does take care of the cmdp, but then you'll need gears to compensate for the small loss of low end. With no other big mods, it's more of a cosmetic mod, especially for the $$.
Well this is going to go on with the mods I have ready to install and the mods I already have on the mods I have will be JBA natural long tube headers Jba off road h pipe pypes bomb axle back jlt series 3 Cai Ford racing hot rod cams SCT x3 tuner with bama 91 Oct tune
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So I have a few question so as some of you know I own a 2010 mustang gt and was thinking of getting the ford racing intake manifold the question is is worth it do any of you guys have it did you notice a difference any dyno #? I know its like getting charge motion delete plates is this right? What can you guys that have it tell me about it thanks
Hey,

With the mods you listed in your other posts, I think it is safe to say it will be worth it. Particularly, the cams and long tubes will really be benefitted with that manifold.

I had an 06 GT with long tubes, the same cams, and same manifold and picked up 32 RWHP when I added those three mods, and an additional 18 when I put a set of cylinder heads on the car.

You will really feel it pull at the upper RPM band where it had previously wanted to give in. This will translate into better top end horsepower and lower track times.

As stated by others, at some point you may want to get at least a 3.73 gear to help you accelerate quicker with the slight loss of low end power and to keep you in the upper RPM band where you will make more power.

I hope this helps, and if you have any other questions feel free to get in touch. Good luck!

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Hey,

With the mods you listed in your other posts, I think it is safe to say it will be worth it. Particularly, the cams and long tubes will really be benefitted with that manifold.

I had an 06 GT with long tubes, the same cams, and same manifold and picked up 32 RWHP when I added those three mods, and an additional 18 when I put a set of cylinder heads on the car.

You will really feel it pull at the upper RPM band where it had previously wanted to give in. This will translate into better top end horsepower and lower track times.

As stated by others, at some point you may want to get at least a 3.73 gear to help you accelerate quicker with the slight loss of low end power and to keep you in the upper RPM band where you will make more power.

I hope this helps, and if you have any other questions feel free to get in touch. Good luck!

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I'm glad to hear that thanks man! And yes I do plan on going with gears but I have an auto can't decide between 3.73 and 4.10 I also plan on installing steeda UDP can't wait to install these goodies thanks.
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Well this is going to go on with the mods I have ready to install and the mods I already have on the mods I have will be JBA natural long tube headers Jba off road h pipe pypes bomb axle back jlt series 3 Cai Ford racing hot rod cams SCT x3 tuner with bama 91 Oct tune
You're in great shape. You should benefit with all that.
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id love to hear your results on dyno if you get this frpp. I have 2005 gt, and with all your mods plus mass air and throttle body and under drive pulleys and 410 gears, also my cams are mutha thupa stage 2. So with frpp and mustang dyno tune I pulled........
316rwhp
266rwtq .
Does mine sound to be normal?????
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I have it plus lots of bolt on's I put in 3.73s and I like it !! The intake helps a little. But it looks really good under the hood and gets lots of looks.Click image for larger version

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ford Racing intake manifold

I could be totally wrong on this but didn't the 2010 already have the cmdp delete on the intake? If so then it would just be a cosmetic upgrade .


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Edit- I'm wrong on the info I gave sorry just researched it, could've sworn I read it some where that the 2010s didn't need the cmdp kits but, I couldn't find anything when I looked. Sorry bout that
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I have heard the same as others about the FRPP intake manifold - it's only worth it (performance-wise) if you have upgraded cams, longtubes, air intake and throttle body UNLESS you want to spend $600 on a mod that simply makes the engine look awesome. Depending on your setup, you could even lose some low-end torque if you don't have some or all of the mods listed above.

Check out this article, where the reviewers gained peak 12 hp and 14 lb-ft over the OEM intake manifold. It's important to note that the test car had "ported heads and aggressive camshafts." Three-Valve Intake Manifold Dyno Test - Three's A Crowd - Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords Magazine

This article has some really detailed information from tests performed on a GT with different combinations of OEM components, FRPP intake manifold, hot rod camshafts, intake, CNC-ported cylinder heads. It's almost information overload: Ford Racing Three Valve Intake Manifold Testing - Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords

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I have heard the same as others about the FRPP intake manifold - it's only worth it (performance-wise) if you have upgraded cams, longtubes, air intake and throttle body UNLESS you want to spend $600 on a mod that simply makes the engine look awesome. Depending on your setup, you could even lose some low-end torque if you don't have some or all of the mods listed above.

Check out this article, where the reviewers gained peak 12 hp and 14 lb-ft over the OEM intake manifold. It's important to note that the test car had "ported heads and aggressive camshafts." Three-Valve Intake Manifold Dyno Test - Three's A Crowd - Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords Magazine

This article has some really detailed information from tests performed on a GT with different combinations of OEM components, FRPP intake manifold, hot rod camshafts, intake, CNC-ported cylinder heads. It's almost information overload: Ford Racing Three Valve Intake Manifold Testing - Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
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