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Old 08-13-2014, 06:38 AM   #1
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Intake manifold

What rpm does the ford racing intake stop flowing?
I have a lot done to my motor but have the stock intake. The dyno shows that the power starts to flat line around 5500. I need an intake that will flow over 7000. Will the frpp intake do that?

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Old 08-14-2014, 07:23 AM   #2
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Yeah it'll raise your operating range....what all do you have done to the motor?
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Stroked. Bored. Heads. Cams. 11.4:1 compression. Every bolt on. Full exhaust.

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Old 08-14-2014, 07:57 AM   #4
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Then yeah get that stock intake off there now! Lol Those charge motion control plates are choking your motor
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I have the delete plates

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Old 08-14-2014, 08:03 AM   #6
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Gotcha, I know the Ford Racing intake doesn't necessarily make a lot more power than delete plates with the stock intake but I think it is more of a high rpm design. What size injector you running?
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Overkill will 47lbs
But the motor is built for spray. So this winter is coming a 200-300 shot.
I just need more rpms. Near Peak power shouldn't be under 6k. It should be over 7k

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Overkill will 47lbs
But the motor is built for spray. So this winter is coming a 200-300 shot.
I just need more rpms. Near Peak power shouldn't be under 6k. It should be over 7k

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Better have a direct port, and a dedicated fuel sytem.

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Old 08-14-2014, 08:07 AM   #9
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Yeah what fuel pump you running? Stock?
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Was the ring gap set for a big shot?


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Old 08-14-2014, 08:10 AM   #11
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Yes the gap as set for a 300 shot. And right now it's the stock pump. I wanted to get the car running NA first.

Direct port is the only way to do it.

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You're probably close to maxing out the stock pump then
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I'm not talking about stock pump.

You will need a standalone fuel system for a 300 shot.

A completely different system from your stock system.

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What fuel you going to run?

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Ya the separate fuel system sits in place of where the stock battery goes.

I'm running ms109

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I'm not talking about stock pump.

You will need a standalone fuel system for a 300 shot.

A completely different system from your stock system.

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What fuel you going to run?

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Rap I know NOTHING about nitrous haha, I'm just saying if he was never going to run nitrous and just be all motor then he's maxing out the pump for that fuel system. Anything close to 400 is about it for the stock one right?
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Rap I know NOTHING about nitrous haha, I'm just saying if he was never going to run nitrous and just be all motor then he's maxing out the pump for that fuel system. Anything close to 400 is about it for the stock one right?
Lol its all good bud.
A 200 shot shot it alot on the stock system. The reason is bc it goes lean on the initial hit. ( sucks all the fuel out of the rails)
Thats why a standalone is needed for anything over a 200.



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No I mean 400hp
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Yep. Rapinator, so you know they problem I'm having with rpms and power. You think the frpp intake will solve my issue?

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No I mean 400hp
Ahhhhh **** lmao.
Lol yes 400hp at the tires on the stock 3v fuel system is getting up there. 450 is about max on boost a pump.

I know I was pushing it on my old 3v on the stock pump at mid 400 ' s






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*450-500.

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Yep. Rapinator, so you know they problem I'm having with rpms and power. You think the frpp intake will solve my issue?

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There are people getting 7k out of the FRPP intake. What cams did you go with though? What the operating range?

You could always get the Spyder intake manifold from MMR.


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There are people getting 7k out of the FRPP intake. What cams did you go with though? What the operating range?

You could always get the Spyder intake manifold from MMR.


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They are the comp spr stage 3. They spec above 7100. And they spyder intake is a chunk of money.

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They are the comp spr stage 3. They spec above 7100. And they spyder intake is a chunk of money.

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Yes it is.

But you will be good with the FR intake.
What nitrous sytem you going with

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I wish someone made an intake for the 4.0 lol
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Yes it is.

But you will be good with the FR intake.
What nitrous sytem you going with

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Not jumping Into it right now. This stroker has drained me.. not in a good way either. I don't want to put much thought into right now. Just want to worry about getting the car running right.

But. Nitrous outlet has a direct injection system for the 3v. Tucked away and hidden from view.

What about the jpc intake manifold?

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Never saw the JPC one for the 3v. All there stuff is good though. So I'm sure it will be better then the Ford one.

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It's just hard to find. I don't even think they sell it on their website

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What size is the engine now after you bored and stroked?
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What size is the engine now after you bored and stroked?
It comes out to a little over 302

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