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Old 11-03-2011, 07:29 AM   #1
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It never fails. Every few months I subconsiously stop coming to this site. When I start to follow it again I always get the itch to play with the GT. After reading for a bit last night I finaly broke down and did the intake swap job that I really didnt want to do but needed to be done. Didnt take near as long as I thought it would and unlike other jobs I take on, I didnt seem to break anything else in the process. Plus the car is running great now. Just wanted to post and say thanks for the insperation Mustang Evolution.
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Re: Intake

So what All did you do?? What are the specifics?
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Re: Intake

Nothing too special. Had a leaking stock intake and went with a new FordRacing replacement. Seems to run smoother and a bit more snappy. That might just be my mind playing with me after all that work.
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Re: Intake

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Nothing too special. Had a leaking stock intake and went with a new FordRacing replacement. Seems to run smoother and a bit more snappy. That might just be my mind playing with me after all that work.
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