If you use this intake , do not use the professional products throttlebody with it , the TPS sensor on the professional products throttlebody because of the adjuster it has made on top , it will sit too high and hit the stock hood and leave a dent if you close the hood down on it , ask me how I know LOL if you use the stock throttlebody or possibly BBK or other brand it should clear
Answered by Willie L. from Bedford | Comment 1 0
This intake is similar in design to the Edelbrock Performer intake, as well as others on the market. This intake is capable of supporting 350-375 naturally-aspirated horsepower.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | 1 Comments 0 0
The lower intake gaskets are not included with this intake manifold. With a stock set of heads you can use the Mr. Gasket intake gasket set part # MG-5835
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I have a 93lx with a vortech V3sci kit. I am still running the fmu with stock injectors, stock heads. Only upgrades are C&L 76mm mass air, bbk shorties, SVE H-pipe, mac turn downs, bbk fuel pressure regulator. If I install this will I need a tune? What kind of power increase is possible?
Asked by Jonathan J. from Decatur | Comment 0 0
With the exhaust components and the addition of this, I would recommend a dyno tune to ensure you are still running enough fuel. The tune provided with the Vortech kits is intended for factory cars.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I recently replaced my stock motor with a crate engine rated at 300HP.But headers,manifold etc.was bolted to New block.I do have a cold air intake and bbk 70mm throttle body.Will I need to replace the stock fuel rail and injectors if I use this manifold.My guess is yes to get the full HP potential out of motor.But to hold cost down for now I'm hoping the rail and injectors Will work.
Asked by mickey d. from youngsville | Comment 0 0
Your stock set up will work on this manifold, depending on your output and complete set-up you may need to step up your injector size. We would recommend to consult with your tuner to find out what they would want to go with for your exact set up.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
It depends on the 185 heads being referenced. If you are dealing with an "as-cast" port on the cylinder head, then the restriction will be minimal. If you are using a head with a full CNC port, then you'll want to do some portwork and cleanup on the intake to minimize the restriction.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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