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i want to know something about the tf track heat intake

i have a 94 and i was wondering, does anybody know how much hp the upper and lower intake will give me? thanks
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Trickflow

is your 94 mustang stock....i have a 1995 mustang and the trickflow upper and lower intake will give you between 30-40 horsepower possibly a little more...dont forget if u decide to get them u need an elbow piece for the upper intake

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With stock heads 30-40 is a bit high. If your gonna add an intake youd be better off adding heads too. If you dont have the cash for fancy aluminum heads ive seen GT40P heads for $500. They flow better than stock. With stock heads you will have all this air coming in only to get bottle necked at the restrictive E7 heads.

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yeahh heads are a nice upgrade. if your not worried about the money get the $2300 trickflow kit.....comes with trickflow twistedwedge heads, trickflow cam, upper and lower intake manifolds, valve springs, rocker arms and more.......quoted at 360 horsepower...

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right now i dont have all that money to spend, so im doing the small things first, like the intake, then the cam and the some twisted wedge heads, but thanks for the help

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yeahh i agree...small things first...exhaust will give u noticable gains in horsepower not to metion the sound lol....unless u already have exhaust

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Wow that trick flow kit sounds awesome for the money. The twisted wedge heads are now CNC ported right? I had hand ported Twisted Wedge heads on my 94 and they made great power. I wanted to upgrade to a Trick flow intake but never did. I had a Cobra upper and a ported GT40 lower.

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yeah it is a great upgrade for the money cant beat tht price.....if you want to look into if www.summitracing has the kit for $2500 in several different finishes....will get back to you with the magazine that sells the identical kit for $2300

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about my exhaust, i have slp loud mouths

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i was wanting to buy that kit but i just bought some welds and some other stuff so im running a tight budget, i figgure im just ganna get the track, or street heat intake and the stage 1 cam cause i know a guy that will put the cam in CHEAP then i will get the heads later one

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that always workks...i am putting a 347 stroker in my car and seriously debating on the trickflow kit, or to just go all ford racing parts

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i have heard alot about the trick flow parts, every one of them were good. i want to try it out to see how good it works

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