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Old 02-04-2007, 06:36 PM   #31
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the hogans was like $2600 and the kinsler was almost $4000 i think but i don't know what all it came with. knowing the quality of kinsler stuff and the usual prices i'd say it may include injectors and fuel rails but thats probably it. you would still need a FAST unit and the rest of the fuel system. it is truly the coolest though. my dad had a hilborn setup on his car for a few years. it was bada$$ having the stacks through the hood. the only thing i could think that would be cooler than that setup is a carbon fiber bug catcher mounted on a 3.3Lwhipple sticking through the hood. then you of course have to have zoomie headers.
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Old 02-04-2007, 08:14 PM   #32
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here's a pic of my ported stock intake with frpp cmcv deletes, trans-dapt t/b spacer and shelby twin 60mm t/b. i'm going to test each one of these items separately so i know what differences each one makes if any. i'm not expecting much though. if i can get 15hp from all of it i'd be satisfied. it's about a $250 investment total+ my time proting the intake and matching the spacer to the new t/b.

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