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Old 02-13-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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1998 gt intake question

ok my intake on my 1998 gt is cracked right were the coolent tuns through and shoots a stream ten feet in the air when the motor revs up...i tried fixen it with b weld and it worked a whole week ha.

my question is can some one show me a link to find a intake manifold for the 1998 gt.....most i find are for 1999+ and i don't have the money to be buying wronge parts due to still in school.

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also off topic but i have $300 exackly in the bank what would you guys say would be the bang for the buck in performance wise?(i have cold air and cat back exhaust all ready only the last section after the H pipe)
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96 97 98 Ford Mustang,Mustang GT 4.6L Intake Manifold: 1380004-mustang-615-178-dorman Auto Parts Direct To You | AutoPartsDirectToYou.com
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thanks need it bad

also another off topic.....but can you remove tint in the winter?
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Yes you can. You just have to get a hair dryer or heat gun to remove the glue. You dont have to but it makes it a thousand times easier.
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to install the pi intake on the non pi heads will require adapters, i think livernois makes a kit with the intake to swap it over. expect a 15 hp gain installing the intake. no tune is neccessary and the swap is straightfoward, use all of your existing electronics. now if you are trying to reinstall the non pi factory intake i do have one for it but u need to reuse your aluminum coolant crossover in the front.
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ok so what all do i need to replace the intake?
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do u want to keep the factory style intake or put the pi intake on? i have a factory nonpi intake sitting around if u are looking for one, otherwise u can get a few things to run the pi intake. u can pm me with questions.
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