typhoon intake manifold 2000 mustang gt
do the professional products typhoon intake manifold hurt my low end power? or is the stock plastic one better because my car feels sluggish off the line with the typhoon intake currently installed (bought it with it on the car, the owner said it is probably holding me back alittle because its powerband is 2500 to 7000.
I have a 2000 mustang gt automatic full bolt on's. with no stall converter (I have stock torque converter), cams, or long tube headers.
would going back to the stock intake make that much of a difference?
Last edited by jwhezzy2003; September 9th, 2010 at 10:12 PM.