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Old 03-31-2012, 10:15 AM   #1
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Who has one?.. Was it worth it?.. And any tips or tricks for the install?...
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Who has one?.. Was it worth it?.. And any tips or tricks for the install?...
Are u talking about the intake manifold or the whole top end kit?

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My buddy has the manifold on his car the intake alone didn't really do anything for him. He ended up getting a 75mm throttle body and a C&L cai to let more air in and a custom tune I believe he gained about 14 hp in total . The manifold really helps the most if you have heads and cams or a forced induction set up.
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Are u talking about the intake manifold or the whole top end kit?

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My buddy has the manifold on his car the intake alone didn't really do anything for him. He ended up getting a 75mm throttle body and a C&L cai to let more air in and a custom tune I believe he gained about 14 hp in total . The manifold really helps the most if you have heads and cams or a forced induction set up.
Ya talking about just the manifold!..
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Who has one?.. Was it worth it?.. And any tips or tricks for the install?...
N/A or Power addder application?
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N/A or Power addder application?
N/A for now!.. Power Adder is further down the road!...
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N/A for now!.. Power Adder is further down the road!...
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Only track heat I know is the trick flow 185 PI. Has a larger displacement than the mild 185. I'm talking 2 valves though. Just north of 3Gs assembled ready to bolt on. Mild app can accommodate stock cams till upgrade. Track heat is for FI app. Been laying on the idea, but that's all since I want to stay NA with the vert.



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Only track heat I know is the trick flow 185 PI. Has a larger displacement than the mild 185. I'm talking 2 valves though. Just north of 3Gs assembled ready to bolt on. Mild app can accommodate stock cams till upgrade. Track heat is for FI app. Been laying on the idea, but that's all since I want to stay NA with the vert.

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I'm talking about the Intake Manifold!...
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Use the new Street intake. You will maintain better torque throughout the entire RPM range on a N/A application. The runnners are the same length as the Track Heat but the ports are a little smaller and have been re-shaped to maintain the torque but still make the 20 hp gain up top.
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Use the new Street intake. You will maintain better torque throughout the entire RPM range on a N/A application. The runnners are the same length as the Track Heat but the ports are a little smaller and have been re-shaped to maintain the torque but still make the 20 hp gain up top.
Thanks!.. I'll have to look into that!..
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I'm talking about the Intake Manifold!...
Go look the trick flow site and tell me what yu see for track heat.

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I'm talking about the Intake Manifold!...
Ok so track heat is both. So what? Ck ur unit post, drop the exclamation mark, do more research first.
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Re: TrickFlow Track Heat

Does the track heat require a specific CAI?
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Does the track heat require a specific CAI?
Our manifolds come with the cold air kit. You can use any other kit with modifications to the tubing going to the TB.
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