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Old 03-07-2005, 12:22 PM   #1
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Will a short ram intake off a zetec engine fit an SVT??

I have a friend who has a spare short ram intake but it's off a regular Zetec engine will the mounting points be the same on the SVT to swap it over....it's a nice intake so if I can I'd like to do it. Thanks


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With alittle work it might fit but no you can not just swap the intake off of a regular zetec onto a svt
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So what do you mean "with a little work???" It's not a regular intake it's an aftermarket short ram intake. I would think it would be easier with a short ram ,no????
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Our T/B's are differnt then the svts so you will not be able to just bolt it right up maybe waith alittle cutting and bending,as FRUSH said the FS coolflow is the only one that I know of
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Old 03-07-2005, 03:23 PM   #5
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Whats the difference in throttle bodies?? There in the same spot right???
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Old 03-07-2005, 03:28 PM   #6
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no they are not. if you search pictures you will see that the svt intakes are in a different postion.
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Here's my engine bay. I highly Doubt that this looks like yours. Yes it's dirty, but i just got my volant CAI in and couldn't wait.




This is svtred's egine bay. Notice where the Shortram is to where my Volant is.
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yep totally different. With some modifying you might be able to make it work...
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