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post #1 of 2 Old 05-27-2006, 02:39 PM Thread Starter
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Issues if installing performance upper/lower intake...

Hello all,

So my mustang started pissing out coolant last week , the lower intake has a huge crack right beside the coolant temp sending unit. My question is, will i have mechanical/vacuum/fuel mixxture issues if installing performance upper/lower intake on a speed density mustang?

I can get a really good deal on a GT-40 upper/lower intake (as in i get it for cost price), i dont want to buy a new lower intake and take it off next year when my mustang's been converted to MAF and i do the upgrades then.

Marc L.
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Installing a performance intake shouldnt negatively effect anything with speed density. The problem with speed density comes when vacuum is drastically altered. I cant see why an intake would change the vacuum at all.

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