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JLT is making a 101mm MAF intake for the 2010's...the 05-09 JLT is 89mm i believe i wonder if we could gain more power off the 101mm. JLT reported 30rwhp with the 101mm on there 2010. So add a 101mm intake and the GT500 throttle body to our cammed 3V...we got some more NA power boys..
 

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Meh... Your only as big as your smallest oriface. Unless you planning on ugrading everything ( Mass air, TB, Intake, ect... ) then I wouldnt be too worried about this.
 

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the stock 3V on the 2010 made some substantial power with it though...and our 3V with the 89MM made great power as well...

Match this with cams (already got), FRPP Intake Manifold, GT500 TB, and 101MM intake...that sounds pretty badass to me
 

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the stock 3V on the 2010 made some substantial power with it though...and our 3V with the 89MM made great power as well...

Match this with cams (already got), FRPP Intake Manifold, GT500 TB, and 101MM intake...that sounds pretty badass to me
It's because the 2010 didn't gain any power with the smaller MAF tube. We did gain power with the smaller MAF tube. So, obviously not everything is going to hold true. I gained more power by adding a 88mm maf tube vs a 95mm maf tube when I had basic bolt ons. I think you're going to need a pretty radical cam and heads to make it even worth it.
 

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Yeah, but your talking 1500 right there ( without labor ) for maybe 50 at the wheels. Thats alot of work and money to make an intake elbow efficient.
 
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