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intake manifolds......

ok, im doing the b port cobra head swap onto my 96 gt. i need to know what intake i should look into. i have heard about short runners, but i have read there not good under low rpms. im not educated on many intakes. so please educate me. let me know what you people think.


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96-98 Cobra intake, maybe ported, and delete the IMRCs for simplicity in tuning and wiring, or run the IMRCs and activate them with an MSD window switch.


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