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intake manifold

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by monty92, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. monty92

    monty92 New Member

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    ive got a 92 integra ls/vtec b18a block, b18c1 head im looking for an aftermarket intake manifold any suggestions?
     
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    all motor or forced induction?

    most people just go with the skunk2 manifold, they are cheap on ebay
     
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    you only have a few choices ... Blox manifold is what i'd go with.. same design as the ITR/CTR, Skunk2.. but cheaper
     
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    right now itd be n/a but i plan on turboing it.
     
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    well, if you plan on turbo'ing then i'd wait on teh IM... save ur money because its not gonna make that big of a difference... you'd need a different IM for turbo than NA
     
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    ok would a bigger throttle body help at this point or just save my money for the setup when i turbo it?
     
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    Save your money for now. There's no point in upgrading the car in the direction of all motor whenn you just plan on turbocharging it later. Edelbrock Victor X if you can afford it, and a good TB will be your best bet.
     
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    thanks for ur help
     
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