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Correct me if I am wrong, but to run a shaker, you basically need to run a stock intake due to height issues. If you run an aftermarket intake, they are talker and thus throw all the measurements out of whack. I would think the performance improvement of a shaker would not out weight the performance improvement of an aftermarket intake. I always planned to put in a shaker, but I like my Air Gap too much now to mess with it, and I do not have the patience to custom fab a shaker at this point. As for ram air like Chillin posted, I would think this would be worth a little effort due to pulling in cold air. How many of our modular motor buddies spend tons of bucks on performance cold air intakes?
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