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Old 08-21-13, 06:33 PM
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Which intake setup?

I am wondering which upper intake would be the best to use. I am currently running a efi hardware itb setup but I am wondering if switching intake setups would benefit me. I will be running a four port half bridged single turbo (s366) setup, previous setup was six port street port with a 60 trim bw turbo and the itb, if this matters in the decision. So my first option is to switch to a stock t2 lower mani and run the t2 upper with ported t-bodies or a single 80mm. Next option is to run a stock t2 lower with the risingrpm adapter to the s6 upper with ported t-bodies or 80mm single. Lastly is the t2 lower with the cosmo upper if that can be done. I am just throwing this on here to see if people have preferences and why or if somebody has knowledge between the different setups besides the obvious difference in appearance.

Any advice is appreciated and let me know if I need to be more specific. Thank You!

Also all the runners in the mani I choose will be port matched to the block and ported throughout.
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Old 08-24-13, 01:56 PM
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mods can you please move this to the single turbo section. Thank you
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