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Old 05-29-2012, 04:03 PM   #1
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dual cold air intake

Do they make these for gt's? And if so where can I find one?
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It wouldn't help you unless you have a bigger throttle body, and then you would need to have a bigger exhaust. Remember: you can only force as much air into the engine as the port allows... so if you allow 300ci air through the intake but the ports can only handle 30ci (no idea about numbers, just an analogy) then the big huge intake is absolutely worthless. It could actually hurt performance too because it would decrease the velocity of the airflow. Or would it? I would research a LOT. I will admit that when I saw this my ears perked up lol it would look bad ***!
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It would! I went to advance auto parts and saw it there and it looked sikk!! I just didn't know what all I would need for it to work right.
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that's more like for carbs or chrysler/dodge that don't have massflows, but for mustangs 3" is enoft and single and for v6 2" to 2 1/2" be fine,

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I have 4" in mine since I have a dual trouttle, and calibrated massflow bbk, and tune
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So it won't work on a mustang?
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?not sure ,dont recomend it ,wont look right
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:10 PM   #7
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Re: dual cold air intake

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So it won't work on a mustang?
Not really the one you saw was probably like previously said for a carborated or lsx motor build like on corvettes or camaros that have a throttle body up front and center which allows you to run a kit like that. Honestly cold air is good for a few hp, but nothing drastic, unless you have a 03-04 cobra and/or Shelby gt500 your gains will be much less...5-12 is about avg. It's still worth it IMO though to run it vs e stock system.
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