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Old 02-18-2013, 01:26 PM   #1
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has anyone used this intake? any opinions? Edelbrock PRO-FLO XT EFI LS2 MANIFOLD - Black - 71403
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/edl-71403
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has anyone used this intake? any opinions? Edelbrock PRO-FLO XT EFI LS2 MANIFOLD - Black - 71403
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/edl-71403
.......Crickets? I am interested in tunnel ram style intake as well, both Holley and Edelbrock offer them. There is so little info on them except they have clearance issues in F bodies. it would be nice to see an intake shoot out for LS motors.
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ive been trying to get good info on this intake for a while, they are great for boost and make a lot of top end power. im not sure on low and mid power thats what ive been asking everyone and there are really no stragiht forward responses or data
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wow.. noone with really sure answers?
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Im using one in my fox body and its a beast in the mid-upper rpms..
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Sadly the jury is still out on NA apps. I have seen great results on big cube apps, on 6.0 and 5.7 apps I have not seen 1 solid before/after test. Just a bunch of "my buddy saw this or I heard that"
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I havent heard much on this intake cause it doent fit on Fbodys. when it first came out i saw that it will outflow FAST intake especially up top.
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bump.. anyone else have any comments?
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damn.......bump for some data.
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I have sold quite a few (shipped one out today actually)

They have great mid range RPM and work good on strong N/A motors with cubes or rpms, and love some boost as well.

PM me if I can help with anything else.

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I think this intake is a good alternative to the over priced FAST intakes, but you have to have the correct cam with valve events for this specific intake so you don't lose too much lower RPM power/torque. One of the main issues with this intake is getting it to fit without having to cut the cowl and getting it to fit under the stock hood.
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