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Manifolds Intake <P>Ford Power Stroke 1999.5-2003 V8-7.3L (td)</P> 46-10061 - aFe Power





Corona, Ca…advanced Flow engineering (aFe Power), an industry leader in performance cold air intakes, filters, manifolds and exhaust systems is pleased to announce the release of their new BladeRunner intake manifold kit with the new MDV (Multiple Directional Vane) technology for the popular 1999.5-2003 Ford Power Stroke with the V8-7.3L (td) 46-10061.

Part number 46-10061 represents the latest in airflow technology from aFe. The BladeRunner intake manifold kit uses new MDV (Multiple Directional Vane) technology, which smoothes out and directs the intake charge for minimum pressure loss providing maximum performance and airflow. The BladeRunner intake also pre-tapped 1/8” NPT ports, which provides easy and clean gauge installation and other auxiliary input options. 46-10061 is constructed of A356-T6 aluminum construction and includes intake manifold, turbo outlet manifold, brackets, stainless steel hardware for easy installation.

In recent testing, part number 46-10061 increased air flow by 18% over the stock intake improving throttle response, lowering EGT’s and increasing MPG.

Part Number 46-10061 has an MSRP of 468.75 and is available in stores now.

For more information on this or any other aFe product, please visit our website at aFePower.com or contact our technical service department at 951-493-7155.
 

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Yes it is better than the plastic one.. And it has the ports BUTTTT its still $400. There are alot better things to spend $400 bucks than that IMHO
 

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I guess if you stay w/ a stock turbo set-up and need that 18% air flow..

Pricey but pretty nice looking
 

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I dont really know how I feel about the "vanes" in the cold side, Seems like it would just be a restriction since the air is under pressure.
 

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I think that is sweet, but not needed for stock turbo. Now it may be advantageous for the 38r guys that are pushing some air through the engine.

I am working on a real sweet intake Y that is polished SS. It will not come with the stock turbo adapter though, it is set up for those running the T4 type mounts. It will be that much anyway, I don't think the price is bad, just not necessary for most people.

Edit: Next time we all do a dyno day it would be cool to run stock spider and then change out to this one and run again. We could see if there are gains or not pretty easily on something that simple to swap.
 
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