gt40 turbular intake install

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  1. caballosalvaje331

    caballosalvaje331 New Member

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    hello guys. I need some info what is needed to install a gt40 tubular intake manifold. i have the elbow, just wondering If
    I have to modify the lower manifold for install.. also will it fit under the stock hood? how much hp is the intake worth? I'm also installing gt40p heads. any info on the install will be greatly appreciated thanks guys.
     
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    Suspect Well-Known Member

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    http://www.allfordmustangs.com/Detailed/614.shtml

    i post that every time someone asks. pretty much the same way all intakes go on. i doubt it has problems getting under the stock hood. unless u run a spacer. thats my fav intake, i still wish i would have waited to get one. good luck. O0
     
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    ranger50toy New Member

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    Does anybody else have an incredible sucking sound with this manifold?
     
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    I have a whistling vacuum leak coming from mine and I cant seam to find it.
     
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    the intake itself is almost paper thin so naturally you will get quite a loud sound of rushing air coming from it
     
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    I have a stock intake and a POS cold air system and it sounds like it is sucking the fender in!
     
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    same here lol i got the trick flow track heat with a 1 inch spacer and a bbk 75mm and its pretty damn loud like all the time :pimp2: