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Old 02-15-2013, 11:48 PM   #1
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Top speed manifolds

I saw the top speed intake manifolds and I was wondering if it is worth getting???


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Old 02-16-2013, 08:22 AM   #2
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depends on your goals....
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depends on your goals....
make people go "wow, that looks expensive!" on car meets .......... ;)
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i would like to get a hp and tq increase and it would be on a non turboed svt focus
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^ no need. intake manifold is not a restriction until MUCH higher hp numbers.. such as 400 or so... I'm sure turbo tom could chime in to give you an exact number. But i know if it wont do squat for a non turboed focus..
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def no need on an N/A SVT
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i would like to get a hp and tq increase and it would be on a non turboed svt focus
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It does add power to a N/A SVT, and it helps to run lower PSI to reach 300-350HP max for stock internals, with a fast spooling turbo. Our stock intake manifold is restrictive, very for an actual built NA focus. Nothing is needed for our cars, but they're performance and this allows for more of that.

Seeing how the OP spent half the money of the manifold on a 69mmTB that would show less gains. The manifold woud be alot more useful then the TB.

Buy mine that is for sell FWIW.
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^ it seems like too much space in side there to help with a "fast spooling turbo" If anything i feel like it would make it spool slower because it has to fill all of that room.
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