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Old 03-07-2012, 10:02 AM   #21
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Also, the same guy has a complete 96-98 Cobra intake for $300 (minus the throttle body). Is this a good deal? Is this a better intake than the stock '98 Mark VIII?
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Old 03-07-2012, 02:50 PM   #22
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Hi all,
I've found a guy selling some FRPP shorty headers supposedly for a 96-98 DOHC cobra engine for $100. I can't find these from any current FRPP seller. Perhaps they were discontinued? Anyway they are ceramic coated stainless steel in fair shape. Will they work and bolt up to my '96 GT exhaust?
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Also, the same guy has a complete 96-98 Cobra intake for $300 (minus the throttle body). Is this a good deal? Is this a better intake than the stock '98 Mark VIII?
I never could justify the $300 for MAYBE a 5-10HP increase. The Cobra works better than the Mark when going with forced induction.
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