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I have been following the threads in this forum about replacing the air intakes (3.2/3.5) for an increase in performance. Does anyone have any actual data on how much of an increase was actually gained? I REALLY want to do business with GR8WHT, I just want to know what I am getting for my $$$.

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I gained almost a full mph in my 1/4 mile trap speed using gr8wht's intake. Was actually able to hit 90mph for the first time and have been going to the track for about a full year now with my car. Previously I was in the low 89's or high 88's, but with Steve's intake I was running high 89's and a 90 all night. So it is giving a few more horsepower. I think it's well worth the money just for the way it makes your car sound when it's on.
 

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I have ordered a G-Tech Pro and it should be here later this week (dang, more money) So I will have numbers of before and after mods.

Dyno runs are jsut too costly for me to keep doing.
 

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Hey all .... Just got back from a trip to Bali with all of my girls and need to post something! :) My intake (#3) by our Guru, Steve, is worth it if only for the looks! I've no numbers to claim so I'll tell you that the looks and that old style 4 barrel sound when floored is AWESOME. Rest is up to you. Of course I also hope to see good numbers from Steve's testing.
 

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Ok, I'm sure this has been answered before. How does the intake go on? Is it rather simple to install? Also, how much does it cost? Anyone have a pic? I thought I saw one on the old forums, but I forgot what it looked like.

It sounds like everyone likes them. So I'm flirting with the idea of maybe getting one.

Thanks.
 

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warlord ... it is not the easiest install because it fits tight. That is good, however, since you don't want to have it coming loose or falling off. I did it and I'm not a mech, so trust me ... if I can do it so can you. Steve gives a hint to make it go on easier, use a bit of soap on the rubber parts so they can slide on. I, of course, didn't read that part so I had to twist and push like a mad man to get mine on. So be sure to read all of it! :))
 

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ok, got my intake installed yesterday and the car does feel noticeably quicker. I'm quite happy with it.

[ July 11, 2001: Message edited by: BK ]
 
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