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Old 03-08-2012, 05:10 AM   #1
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Default best Intake manifold for FI

right now I am looking for best intake manifold for FI i asks many people and the advice me to go with
1.reichard racing intake
2.HPS Hardball'r intake
3.victor jr
4.TF Intake
so right now I am very confuse what to chose
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Old 03-08-2012, 07:06 AM   #2
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I wouldnt go with trick flow just because you have to change to much for it to work, throttle cables, have to buy a different throttle body and im sure im missing something. As far as a simple swap i like pp typhoon , and the hps. I would go with the hps over all of them. Now the edelbrock id say would make the most power over all of them, but you have to buy fuel rail and a few other things to make it work, but is a direct bolt on and it is the lightest of them all and looks awesome.
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the first thing i don't care about money all i want is big hp and tq second about pp intake
i don't like there product i used many product for them for many cars and it was ****
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If money is no issue then id go edelbrock for sure.
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ok how about edelbrock victor jr intake +Throttle Body Adapter Dual blade form sullivan performance And cobra TB for accfab is it good combo for FI
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edelbrock intake, 6061 elbow, 75mm TB will be MORE than enough for you, that car is gonna SCREAM over 5000 rpms...

and all of that will prolly still be $100 less than just the TFS intake...
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