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I want to know what trickflow heads I should get for my stock bottom end a tfs trackheat intake and the normal bolt ons headers cai all that stuff So which ones should I do the 170s 185s 205s or the big 225 I am looking for around 350 hp but possibly more once I get used to it. But I have to keep my compression ratio above 9.1 any help is greatly appreciated.
 

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170 are good from what ive heard, but if it were me id get a minimum of 185
Most of the used ones i see are 170s, for around $800 check out corral.net
 

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205s. But the 170s can be ported to ****, so theres always room to grow. Sell that intake
 

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If you want two cobra intakes ,ill sell you mine. lol
 

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sell what intake I sold my cobra one for a trickflow trackheat with 75mm tb.
 

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always seen shitty results with it. Unless you wana be that gay boy shifting at 6k or so then it prob wont matter
 

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93 hatch u talking about the cobra intake or track heat.
 

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ha ha ha
 

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Problem with those magazine article tests is that they don't change the cam when they change the intake. The cam could be well suited to one intake and not to another and so it will skew the results of the test. Unless they change the cam with every intake swap, the numbers will never be true to what is really the better intake for that particular combination.
 
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