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    ported intake any one Done by PSR

    Ok now keep in mind I am just messing around . I have been porting for years and this is not something I like to do however I wanted to see it these intakes will make power. So I bought on and cut it up to see what makes them tick and I found a bunch of crap in side. There was a lot of casting flash that we removed . I have not gone threw and painted this or any thing this is a raw picture. And detailed pictures of the inside of your intake. Take a look. We normally port heads not intakes, But as you can see it does not take a rocket scientist to get the job done. We have enlarged quite a few areas that we feel would improve air flow.

    Ok guys here are some shots on my little port work
    First this is stock



    Now this is what it looks like now









    Here is the one port that is almost closed off I have opened it up so it too can now add air to the motor. This was the only restricted port I seen
    This is what it looks like now


    Here are some more of the runners


    And some of the top side






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    intresting, looks like there was definetly some improvement done. what kind of whp do you think could be gained?

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    no idea we shall see on indys car

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    very cool! can't wait to see that one!

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    was this on the registry? i would love to do this to mine. ill have to save a little and see what i can do
    2003 Azure Blue Mach 1:
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    SLP loudmouth 1 catback, Bassani catted X, JLT true ram air intake, Hurst short throw

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    taillight tint

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    FRPP 4.10 gears, Black 18" FR500

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleedingfordblu View Post
    was this on the registry? i would love to do this to mine. ill have to save a little and see what i can do
    Yes, its posted on M1R too.

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    hope it works better than Nazman's Intake work lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahawkins View Post
    hope it works better than Nazman's Intake work lol
    Not a chance in hell. Dan's intake will come complete with a high quality metallic dust that is has been dyno proven to boost performance.

    In all seriousness, I would be curious to see how one of Dan's or Roy's intakes do on Indy's car with the spray. I'm looking to be hooked up on the giggle gas by this summer so squeezing out some more power would be nice.

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    No dynos dont mean sheit you should always use the A$$-O-Meter

    famous words from Nazman

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    Dan, you don't need a dyno. Just addssome more fuel to compensate for the higher air flow and then do few 0-120mph pulls on public streets to feel how much power was gained. If it feels faster, then you must have gained at least 20hp. That's all that is important. Dyno's just give numbers

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