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post #1 of 6 Old April 27th, 2011, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Typhoon intake

Just a quick question, i currently have a typhoon intake for my 91 but got a good offer on a 95 5.0, would i be able put that intake on the 95, would i need any other modifications to swap it? thanks for the input

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I'm gonna go with NO. Porting stock heads is like sleeping with a chic with an std. Although it feels better than nothing, it's still not the results you want.
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post #2 of 6 Old April 27th, 2011, 08:18 PM
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Yes. I think the only difference between the two is the throttle body (elbow) adapter. There are all kinds of adapters and stuff for that though.

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awesome, my next question is it necessary to put the elbow on?

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I am pretty sure you would need the elbo in order to use the intake tube.
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Search around. Changing an SN intake/TB to a fox intake/TB set-up is a fairly popular mod. There's a few write ups kicking around.
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Search around. Changing an SN intake/TB to a fox intake/TB set-up is a fairly popular mod. There's a few write ups kicking around.
Awesome thanks for the tip

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I'm gonna go with NO. Porting stock heads is like sleeping with a chic with an std. Although it feels better than nothing, it's still not the results you want.
One of the best things i have ever heard.
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