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Old 12-07-2013, 04:26 PM   #1
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Shaker hood system w/air intake?

I Have a 2014 gt with track pack. I want to do the shaker system, and was told it works best with the factory air intake. I would like to add an aftermarket intake but if it's not going to help, then I guess not. Does anyone have this system and can shed some light on this? Thanks!
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I Have a 2014 gt with track pack. I want to do the shaker system, and was told it works best with the factory air intake. I would like to add an aftermarket intake but if it's not going to help, then I guess not. Does anyone have this system and can shed some light on this? Thanks!
An aftermarket intake will not work because the air scoop on top of the manifold is designed to direct airflow into the stock air box and is designed to attach and seal to the lower portion of the stock air box.
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I guess what I'm wondering is if there is a way to or has anyone fabricated an an aftermarket air intake? And if you did, what were your results? I would think that there would be more air flow with the aftermarket.
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I guess what I'm wondering is if there is a way to or has anyone fabricated an an aftermarket air intake? And if you did, what were your results? I would think that there would be more air flow with the aftermarket.
You can make a fiberglass intake and mold it into the shaker attachment. Id imagine the gains would be similar to any aftermarket CAI
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All I can say is I saw a customer pic on AM where the guy had an AEM intake? That's all i know to tell ya
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