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Old 03-11-2017, 11:15 PM   #681
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Kickass numbers! Congrats man. Good build.
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Old 03-12-2017, 07:23 PM   #682
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I personally think it's the best cast single four intake out on the market. The gains that have been seen going from the other regularly offered manifolds to the CID have been pretty impressive. That said, the major determining factor in how large the gains have been comes down to curtain area. Basically how much flow area the engine is seeing from valve diameter and valve lift.

The heads you have flow quite a bit of air, and they do also flow well at higher lifts. When you increase the area of the intake runner and the plenum volume on an engine that is built like this you can see substantial gains at higher engine speeds.
I did not know that CID came out with these intake manifolds. They are a two-piece intake as well and priced well below the intake I have. But I don't think it will make any significant gains from my present set up. Very nice intake though, and something to consider for someone starting a build project.

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Kickass numbers! Congrats man. Good build.
Thanks. We'll see how she does at the track come Spring.
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Old 03-12-2017, 08:05 PM   #683
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Beautiful car man! Who's tuned this monster?
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On set-ups similar to yours with the size camshaft and compression your engine has, you'd probably see a 20-25hp increase.

Something to think about if you wanted more out of it.
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Old 03-13-2017, 08:43 AM   #685
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Awesome build man. What are the cam specs?
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Old 03-13-2017, 07:56 PM   #686
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Beautiful car man! Who's tuned this monster?
It was recently tuned by Jim Moran at Speed Inc. Initial tuning was done by someone else. Thanks for the compliment.

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I'll let u know when my new build is done in the Spring :
Great, can't wait to see your results!

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Awesome build man. What are the cam specs?
260's/280's Thanks for looking.

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On set-ups similar to yours with the size camshaft and compression your engine has, you'd probably see a 20-25hp increase.

Something to think about if you wanted more out of it.
Martin thats a significant gain to be had, and yes, more is always good. What does this intake have that my intake does not compare?
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On set-ups similar to yours with the size camshaft and compression your engine has, you'd probably see a 20-25hp increase.

Something to think about if you wanted more out of it.
That intake by CID definitely looks the goods, similar in appearance to a SB2 intake

20-25hp gain is a lot though from what Bolo already has

Would need some 1/4 mile runs back to back with both intakes to see the real difference
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There was a 360" LS7 headed engine with .850+ lift that gained 50hp peak to peak and 60+hp past peak going from a hand finished (the Mast intakes are CNC from Mast) Mast 4500 intake to an out of the box (CID intakes are as cast not CNC) CID 4500 intake. It didn't lose anything under the curve in the operating range of this engine which was 4000-7500RPM. It even increased power as low as 4000rpm and never once made less than the Mast intake from 4000-7500RPM across the entire RPM range, not just at 6000+.



[email protected] has told me on engines with less than .700 lift it's not worth it, and even in the low .700 lift range the gains won't be substantial. If the valve lift isn't providing enough flow and area at the valve for the larger cross section and plenum of the CID intake to shine then the gains will be decreased drastically. It is possible for BOLO to see gains of at least 15-20hp IMO with the lift and duration of his camshaft and where the engine is making peak power currently.

With .750" lift at the valve, it's possible he could see the gains mentioned.

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That intake by CID definitely looks the goods, similar in appearance to a SB2 intake

20-25hp gain is a lot though from what Bolo already has

Would need some 1/4 mile runs back to back with both intakes to see the real difference
That would be some gain of power. And yes, I will definitely see what she does at the track as it is right now before even thinking of changing anything.

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There was a 360" LS7 headed engine with .850+ lift that gained 50hp peak to peak and 60+hp past peak going from a hand finished (the Mast intakes are CNC from Mast) Mast 4500 intake to an out of the box (CID intakes are as cast not CNC) CID 4500 intake. It didn't lose anything under the curve in the operating range of this engine which was 4000-7500RPM. It even increased power as low as 4000rpm and never once made less than the Mast intake from 4000-7500RPM across the entire RPM range, not just at 6000+.



[email protected] has told me on engines with less than .700 lift it's not worth it, and even in the low .700 lift range the gains won't be substantial. If the valve lift isn't providing enough flow and area at the valve for the larger cross section and plenum of the CID intake to shine then the gains will be decreased drastically. It is possible for BOLO to see gains of at least 15-20hp IMO with the lift and duration of his camshaft and where the engine is making peak power currently.

With .750" lift at the valve, it's possible he could see the gains mentioned.
Sounds good Martin, but as mentioned, I have to see and run what I have right now and go from there. But i will get back with you soon. And as always, thanks for looking in.

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Getting it ready for track testing. Here's a short idle/rev video.
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Man I'm excited to see some times from this unit!
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Cackle AND snap. Rather insane what's kicking them slugs !!!!!!
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Man I'm excited to see some times from this unit!
I'm going to see if I can get to the track this Sunday. I'm still waiting on my new 5 pt seat harness, install fresh spark plugs, check valve lash and fresh oil/filter. Should be good to go

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Cackle AND snap. Rather insane what's kicking them slugs !!!!!!
260's/280's LLSR

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Old 04-07-2017, 01:26 AM   #695
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Great build, look forward to seeing that E.T. & MPH and see how strong she performs!! Enjoy
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Amazing build sir! Congrats on numbers and getting her done!
Sounds super strong...looking forward to track results
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