Installing new intake manifold

Tools: standard socket set, standard wrenches, flat-blade and/or Phillips screwdriver, putty knife or scraper, torque wrench Tinware: aftermarket aluminum intake manifold, quality high performance intake gaskets, gasket sealer (silicone) Performance gains:  a cooler, higher-flowing intake charge, and, aluminum manifolds typically result in about a 25 pound weight loss. Tip: Before final installation, double check the fit of your parts to make sure everything lines up and will work with your existing application. Swapping on an aftermarket aluminum intake manifold is one of the most popular engine upgrades of all time. It’s easy, it’s cheap, and the bottom line is, it

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