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I have a full TFS top end..With track heat intake,24lbs injectors,76mm MAF..everything...Pro billet distributor..75mm Throttle body...etc..Full exhaust,with long tubes,x pipe..Will that Anderson 3.5'' help more than the normal BBK cold air intake i currently have?
BTW-90% of the stuff that is in my pony i have bought from you guys..Simply the best place to shop for the fox parts..THANKS!
Asked by Javier H. from Austin | Comment 0 0
The Anderson Power Pipe has one of the largest diameters of any of the intakes that we offer. The larger diameter piping means that more CFM's of air can be ingested by your engine. Also, the Anderson Power Pipe doesn't rely on having your filter mounted outside of the engine bay, in the fender well.
AFM Normally Aspirated Power Pipes were developed because of the need for higher volume, better flowing intake pipes needed with the higher RPM 4.6/5.0 and the bigger cubic inch 347/408. With the volume of air these engines need, the small factory rippled intake pipes are too restrictive and the cold air intake pipes are too small of volume. They rely on the cooler intake charge to gain H.P., which cannot be chassis Dyno tested. AFM dyno's each Power Pipe® to verify H.P. gains. The mass air is in the inner fenderwell, but we do not rely on the cooler intake to make the extra H.P.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
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