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Old 01-13-2019, 10:53 AM   #1
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Thinking of a new intake? Read this!

Pretty good article on which intake does what to the HP and Torque curves, and these are pretty impressive gains if they are right. If you take into account a 12% to 15% loss from flywheel HP to the wheels, most of these are pushing well over 500 HP. That, and I wish they had started with a stock car — no headers, etc, as just doing an intake to a completely stock car could have very different results............

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I never trust the rags, but it does look to be in line with what is being reported by actual owners. 2018GT intake is cheap and just WORKS.
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