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[quote=adriano_917;637162]I just installed the trickflow street heat intake and its not that i have or not that i know, but i want to be aware of any leaks, how would i know if i have any ? and does anybody have an estimate of how much HP im making with all the mods that i have ? I will post pics of my engine in a bit.
Trickflow street heat intakes/Flowmaster american thunder/Pacesetter off road H-pipe/FRPP 9mm spark plug wires/MAC headers/C&L cold air intake/C&L 76mm MAF/K&N air filter/MSD 6AL /MSD coil blaster ignition/MSD cap and rotor/3.73 motive gears/BBK 70mm tb/Eibach pro-kit springs/ Kirban fuel reagulator/BBK underdrive pulleys.
i just installed the trickflow street heat intake and its not that i have but i want to be aware of any leaks, how would i know if i have any ? i will post pics of the engine in a bit.
If you had any intake leaks, the engine would idle at very high rpm due to loss of vacuum.
With all your mods, I reckon you'll have about 275hp at the crank or 240hp at the wheels. With good traction, that should give you a high 13's 1/4 mile with a trap of 99-100.