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Old 06-11-2016, 06:34 PM   #1
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Question Intake Manifold upgrade

Just put in Solid Motor Mounts in my car and test drove it, the back of the intake manifold nipple broke off and coolant is leaking now. Should I get a different manifold or stick with Ford Racing Intake? I'm at full bolt on with comp cams only done to it. No plan to go FI. Sticking with N/A. Street cruiser.
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I'd stick with the Ford racing stock intake. You could go eddy intake. But there's more to it than you think. Just ask Keeney. The stock stuff will support a lot of power.


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Like Slater said, I 2nd the FRPP PI intake from AM or LMR. Just be sure to not get a Dorman, it seems this has happened a lot with people thinking their getting the stock replacement which it is technically I guess but its not the same as many have said performance wise.

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I went ahead and order the Ford Racing Intake Manifold with Fel-Pro gaskets. Should be good for another 100k or so miles lol

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The Ford Racing PI intake is a great intake. I plan of keeping mine until it breaks. Then replacing it with the same intake. Lol

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