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jlt 110mm vs c&l 95mm

So as we all know the power comes from larger maf and tune. Is there any gains going from c&l to the jlt? I can get the intake cheap and the tune dont cost anything to me so is there a diff
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So as we all know the power comes from larger maf and tune. Is there any gains going from c&l to the jlt? I can get the intake cheap and the tune dont cost anything to me so is there a diff
Probably not if all you do is basic bolt ons. However the JLT will probably have an advantage if you further increase the engine's demand for airflow either by doing heads/cams/intake manifold/throttle body upgrades on the stock 4.6 short block, or by adding displacement with a stroker.


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I figured. But ive seen them on stockish mustangs they run great. I just wasnt sure if itll make a difference if i already have a c&l racer
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You're not gonna come close to maxing out the c&l or the jlt. Your throttle body will become a restriction LONG before either of the intakes do.

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I was debating upgrading to the JLT as well, since I have cams, manifold and a gt500 tb, but I do not actually think my airaid is a restriction.

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I figure i could get 150 for the c&l and pick up the jlt for 170ish
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