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Old 11-24-2006, 04:16 AM   #1
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Intake Manifold

I am contemplating porting my intake manifold to accommodate the larger BDR throttle body installation, but want to do it on my own time instead of trying to do everything at once (I have very limited time). I am trying to buy a ford focus intake manifold, and found one on ebay for an automatic ford focus SOHC ... would this work for my manual transmission SPI? I heard some people somewhere saying the auto/manual designation doesn't really matter, as our engine uses similar components on both, wehereas a zetec auto part wouldn't work for a zetec manual part ... correct? please let me know! - Ryan


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Old 11-24-2006, 08:50 AM   #2
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There isn't any difference in the manifold. I think the only difference in the auto/manual deal in that context is the throttle cable routing/and or bracket.

I have been wanting to do this same thing myself. There used to be a lot of info from users on here and FJ with pictures, not sure if they are still visible/hosted anywhere. I haven't seen waterboy on here in forever but he ported his SPI mani and posted a lot of good information on it.
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yeah apparently there was the old, and we are the new here on the FF SPI forum ... I feel so nostalgic ... LoL. Thanks, I'll go ahead and pick that one up, and if you want to do the same you can have my stock manifold after it's removed, just pay S&H. - Ryan
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