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post #1 of 44 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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new cfm+ intake

any see the new cfm+ intake for the 7.3? if so do you know how much they are?

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Saw it in DP mag and thats about it, they sure look nice!

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$400+... WASTE of money...

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Re: new cfm+ intake

have you ran a cfm+ intake before? do you know exactly what itll be retailed for? i used to beleive the same thing until i ran one of their little intakes on a 6.0. is this set the world on fire performance? hell no. was it worth the few bones and cooler egts? yeah id buy another. dont know stuff till you try it.
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have you ran a cfm+ intake before? do you know exactly what itll be retailed for? i used to beleive the same thing until i ran one of their little intakes on a 6.0. is this set the world on fire performance? hell no. was it worth the few bones and cooler egts? yeah id buy another. dont know stuff till you try it.

I have installed a few of them on 6.0's, and they have them for the 6.4's and 5.9's...

Whats the one thing they have in common (more then one but...)

A single intake runner. That is why they work in this respect. There is room for improvment on those, they bend too quick and are thicker then they need to be...

On a 7.3, there is really no room for improvement.

Retail is set at $400 for them...

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I'm ganna buy one and pimp them just cus Joe says they don't work
The idea behind it is sound hmm just like the Garrett BB turbo

BTW they come apart so people converting from an OBS or early 99 to a 38R can use the outlet with a banks inlet and not have to change the sheetmetal intakes while those making their own turbo kits can use the composite cold side.
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BTW they come apart so people converting from an OBS or early 99 to a 38R can use the outlet with a banks inlet and not have to change the sheetmetal intakes while those making their own turbo kits can use the composite cold side.
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I'm ganna buy one and pimp them just cus Joe says they don't work
The idea behind it is sound hmm just like the Garrett BB turbo

BTW they come apart so people converting from an OBS or early 99 to a 38R can use the outlet with a banks inlet and not have to change the sheetmetal intakes while those making their own turbo kits can use the composite cold side.
If they sell them seperate... Or the OBS guys can just get the early 99 part from Ford (they are avalable again)...

You can also use the late part with reducing boots fine too.

I'm sorry, but $400 is just dumb for something with no performance gain.

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If they sell them seperate... Or the OBS guys can just get the early 99 part from Ford (they are avalable again)...

You can also use the late part with reducing boots fine too.

I'm sorry, but $400 is just dumb for something with no performance gain.
The early 99 part is junk. Heat transfer, looks like junk, looks like it might cause some turbulent airflow, plus I dont believe the early 99 compressor intake will match up to the 38r

The late model part with reducers would look very nice and should flow very well compared to a twin ram

I wish CFM had this out, I'd have one for my 38 install. Life would be much easier

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The early 99 part is junk. Heat transfer, looks like junk, looks like it might cause some turbulent airflow, plus I dont believe the early 99 compressor intake will match up to the 38r

The late model part with reducers would look very nice and should flow very well compared to a twin ram

I wish CFM had this out, I'd have one for my 38 install. Life would be much easier

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Heat transfer? There is 1/2" of material between the cold and hot side, not to mention the volume of air moving...

Yes the 38r will bolt right up to the early 99 Y pipe.

Your saying you would buy one for $400??? Come on, You could build a beautiful one out of SS for about $200 including material.

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