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Old 10-19-2012, 11:33 PM   #1
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Intake

I have seen something similar to this for lsx engines but never fords. Any thoughts on if it would be any good? I personally dont like it but just seeing what yall think.


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Old 10-20-2012, 07:15 AM   #2
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It looks like it will do the job well.

Would like to see it in person!
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Old 10-20-2012, 11:43 AM   #3
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That looks pretty good. Seems easy to install. I come from the LS world too and that's similar to what I'm used to.
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I would like to see dyno numbers with a tune. Seems like any intake would perform better with that size maf
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I would like to see dyno numbers with a tune. Seems like any intake would perform better with that size throttle body
Still stock throttle body. Has a 100mm mass air flow housing. Some other CAI have this too.

They claim 16hp without tune. I am beyond skeptical of that. Would love to see this dynoed with a tune as well.
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How is this "ram air"?

It's a unique CAI setup, I'll grant, but I don't buy "ram air." If nothing else, it looks like it might address the '13 GT heat extractor + water concern.
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How is this "ram air"?

It's a unique CAI setup, I'll grant, but I don't buy "ram air." If nothing else, it looks like it might address the '13 GT heat extractor + water concern.
If you look at additional links they have a ram air hood available.
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