need help replacing upper and lower intake

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  1. Austinx56

    Austinx56 Well-Known Member

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    can someone point me in the right direction on a step by step list on replacing a 5.0 upper and lower intake. thanks guys
     
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    Go to autozone and buy a Haynes/Chilton manual.
     
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    No problem man and I definitely second that, get a haynes manual as well. They have so much info in them and are very useful.
     
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    thanks guys still looking for what intake im going to buy, anybody ever bought the intakes from american muscle
     
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    you need to plan ahead to make sure the intake matches what your long term goals are so it will match up with the flow needs.
     
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    just for car shows and weekend driving
     
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    Tubular gt40 or holley systemax
     
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    get an Explorer intake, they are dirt cheap & flow much better than stock. They also look great if they are polished or painted all fancy- IMO...
     
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    thats what i was looking for but there is none in my area for sale amazon has some nice ones to buy
     
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    GT40 will work great for the street. Hit a local junk yard and you should be able to find one somewhere for a lot less then you can order one and maybe even find two and flip one.
     
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    That is What I did!!

    Got 2 for 27.50 each and sold one for 125

    Upper and lower for 27.50!!

    While you are there get the heads, I found gt40 and gt40p. I used the gt40.
    Seemed a simpler approach for me.

    Just my 2 cents
    Doug