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This will only fit 302 blocks. If yours is based off a 351 that has a higher deck height, you will need to purchase an intake specific for the 5.8.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
well if you're not adding boost no time soon a 65 or 70mm would be perfect. I have a 75mm and even though I have a tfs 1 cam,1.7 rocker arms,alum edelbrock heads and mac longtubes the 75mm I have is way too much. I took it to a shop to put on my 65mm bbk tb and they suggested that since I don't drive the car and that I will be adding boost soon to keep the 75 on. As stated earlier a 65 or 70mm will be perfect. Hope this help you,
Answered by Anthony M. from Fayetteville | Comment 0 0
I have this intake, I run the holley 17 degree heads.. I have used the trick flow intake too, the holley is far and away the better intake for day to day driving. the trick flow has equal top end power but off the line , mid range to 6000 rpm the holeey wins hands down. Don't forget to go with bigger fuel rail / injectors too.
Ray, 1995 5.0 GT/ tko manual.
Answered by Rev. Ashley C. from Cleveland | 1 Comments 3 0
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