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Were the "before and after" dyno runs SAE corrected?

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A question about this. After reading that article, it looks like this manifold plus ported heads and cams will net you about 100hp over stock. Could you then slap a centri on for even more gains, or would they not really synergize?
I don't have real world experience with that, but theoretically yes they should "synergize" as you say -- basic boost formula is N/A HP * Boost Factor = Boosted HP -- so if the N/A HP is higher, the boosted HP is proportionally higher also.

Back to the intake -- the MMFF article answers the questions I was wondering about -- with the manifold on an otherwise stock engine, you lose a little on the bottom end, slight decrease in peak torque, about 10-20 HP gain from 6,000 RPM up


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it started to gaine power from 4500 all the way to red line. i have dyno graphs and if your serioulsy dont belive me send me your email and i will email the dyno graphs to if you still chose not to belive well i dont realy care. my motor is setup to be n/a and all the power gains are in the uper rpm. i posted this for the guys who wana stay n/a and have cams ect done like me and want to put this manifold on but are scared to bc of all the bs people have been giveing it. i didnt listen to the flak and i bought it and now im at 375+ to the wheel with midfires due to an other problem from an over heating issue. so with heads im sure 400 is possibel to the wheels. for the n/a guys if you have any qustions about the product from ford or the setup i have please feel free to pm me thanks
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FRPP intake before and after on a motor with:

-Ported heads $2200
-“Aggressive cams” (whatever that means) $700
-FRPP throttle body $550
-Un-named CAI $330
-Un-named headers and exhaust $1200
-FRPP intake $600
*All prices are “best guess”

Total without labor $5580

Gains from intake:
14rwhp/12ft lb @ 6,000rpm

Total Power:
375rwhp/318rwtq
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Another 3v NA build

-BBR Stage III cylinder heads $2850 (with gaskets)
-BBR Stage II cams $800
-BBR cam lockouts $50
-OEM GT500 throttle body and adapter $340
-C&L CAI $330
-Dynatech headers and catted X pipe $1050
-FRPP intake $600
*All prices are “best guess”

Total without labor $6020

369rwhp/304rwtq

And no one has ever accused magazine dyno numbers of being low. They are ALWAYS “best case”.

If the motor was spun faster this combo would make more power for sure. Maybe as much as 400rwhp. But they didn’t print the graph with the RPM’s so its impossible to tell what they were spinning it too. That being said to extract everything this combo has to offer it would need to be spun up toward 7500rpm. And a stock shortblock wouldn’t last long under those conditions. So for a max HP effort that can use the top end combo to its fullest you are looking at a minimum of $3500 more for a shortblock.

My tuner has a 2010 “drag car” with the following combo:

-FRPP Stage III heads (same as the BBR’s, they all come from Livernois)
-The 550 series Comp cams
-Cam lockouts
-FRPP intake
-FRPP TB
-FRPP long tubes, H-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers
-Unknown CAI
-High dollar forged bottom end

On race fuel it dyno’d at 430ish spinning to 7750rpm.
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Gains from intake:
14rwhp/12ft lb @ 6,000rpm
If I was building a NA setup with heads and cams I would get the FRPP intake.

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