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Old 07-30-2008, 10:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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intake manifold ?

Seeing what I have in my signature, I need an opinion from anyone who has an aftermarket intake manifold. I am thinking of gettin a cfm. With what I have, will there be any noticable difference in air intake, mph, spool, or other aspects and are you happy with your decision and what brand would you reccomend?
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I have the AFE intake manifold. I only got it because it has 3 vains inside to guide the airflow. That is the only thing it has on the rest of the brands. I am happy with it, no real noticeable gains, to me. But it made it very easy to hook up Boost gauge, and it looks good. I heard from a Diesel Mechanic, who has tried a few different ones, that they all are the same and no real difference in any of them.
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I have the AFE intake manifold. I only got it because it has 3 vains inside to guide the airflow. That is the only thing it has on the rest of the brands. I am happy with it, no real noticeable gains, to me. But it made it very easy to hook up Boost gauge, and it looks good. I heard from a Diesel Mechanic, who has tried a few different ones, that they all are the same and no real difference in any of them.
I was debating whether it would be worth it to buy one to. I hear some people say it's small gain, and then I've heard there's no gains at all, and it's a waiste of money. I would think if it helps brings down EGT's that would be good enough for me.
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