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Hey I am putting a trick flow street heat intake on my 95 GT. I can see there are 4 oil/vacum skrew in type holes under the trick flow intake. But on my original intake there are only 2. What 2 should I try to hook the lines up to? How should I go about doing this? Anyone with experience with this would be helpful. Thanks
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TFS Intake & Cam
To much to list
I know it doesn't answer your question, but let me know how the install goes. I have been told that you have to put a spacer between the upper / lower on an SN95 due to EGR clearance issues. I was also told that there will be clearance issues with the hood too. That's the reason I stayed away from TF. I am curious what your experneice is with it.
Car @ idle
NOS is like a hot chick with an STD. You wanna hit it but you're afraid of the consequences.
I could shut my hood (stock) but I had to adjust it all the way up, and notch the latch on the car to move it up so it could latch. And it still rubbed the paint off of my intake (thats why I painted it). It's just a 5.0 with twisted wedge heads and trick flow street heat intake? I did put prothane engine mounts on when I put the motor in, maybe thats why?
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