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Old 06-18-2015, 11:46 PM   #36
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The dorman is a basicaly a npi intake and doesnt flow as well. I have read that you can lose between 10-20 hp depending on what info you go by. Its not worth it over saving 50 bucks.

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Ahh I see. What about the edlebrock manifold? Is there really a gain on a stock 2v? I highly doubt it, but just curious, might as well do it right while I'm at it.


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The FRPP is just like the manifold that your car came with when it was new. It's not an upgrade.

Look at it this way... Are you willing to DOWNGRADE some horsepower to save a few dollars using an inferior, outdated manifold?

No, I knew to go with the ford racing one just wanted to know the difference, got it now thanks!


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PI intake is best unless you are spinning it extra high.


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Rockauto sells the Dorman, not the FRPP, unless they changed something... Don't get it from them. FRPP from AM is going to be your best bet at $215.

The Eddy intake requires the eddy fuel rails and you'll actually lose some bottom end. The 2V does not spin high enough stock to really take advantage of the Eddy. That intake is good for guys who have built bottom ends spinning 7k+.

The PI intake (OEM/FRPP) is actually a really REALLY good intake as far as performance. Its so good that there isn't even a need to upgrade it on a built application honestly. Lots of guys with 500-600hp supercharged cars and the stock manifold. Biggest issue there is the plastic but according to many sources the plastic should be good up to about 17 psi. YMMV.
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