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12-12-2004 12:57 AM
Kicknzx3 drivable but depends on the cams...stage three FR's are much different then even stage 2 cat's
12-12-2004 12:13 AM
llama_in_a_focus how drivable aRE stage 3's?
12-11-2004 04:42 PM
Kicknzx3 cat stage 1's would be fine with that manifold.. depends on the company, its a short runner design
12-11-2004 04:08 PM
blury Oh and stage 1 cams simply aint gonna cut it with that intake. The FC intake is real agressive.
12-11-2004 04:07 PM
blury For that price i would go ahead get it and put it in the closet till your ready for it. If you never get ready for it you should be able to sell it for what you go in it.

I wouldnt put the intake manifold on till at least i had, Cams, Cam Gears, Injectors, Pro MAF, and 70mm throttle body.
12-11-2004 03:24 PM
Kicknzx3
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Originally posted by fokuzx3
intake mani's arnt worth it blah!
um...how so?
12-11-2004 03:00 PM
fokuzx3 intake mani's arnt worth it blah!
12-11-2004 11:15 AM
myFordPerformance.com
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Originally posted by llama_in_a_focus
so i won't feel any difference?!? what all else will i need? cams?
Anytime you do the kinds of mods you already have and are considering, you should step the camshafts and install adj. cam sprockets and get the car tuned in on a dyno. Chances are the car is not ideally tuned even with the mods you have now.
12-11-2004 02:33 AM
Kicknzx3 That intake is designed for many changes, high compression a fully ported cylinder head, aggressive cams and serious tuning. Anything less than that and its a waste.
12-11-2004 01:15 AM
llama_in_a_focus so i won't feel any difference?!? what all else will i need? cams?
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