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    2000 GPRXP 4tec shooter98xpl's Avatar
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    R&D Power Plenum

    Is the R&D power plenum all the same. Does the 1200/1300 the same one and does it work on the EFI? Does it need adaptors to work on the EFI?
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    I am running a R&D power plenum on my 2005.
    Bolted right on with no adapters.
    Just make sure you get the EFI one and not the carb version.
    Part #801-13001

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    what if I have the carb version? whats the difference?
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    it will fit with carb version

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeblo View Post
    it will fit with carb version
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    hahaha, REG you silly ****er.
    So if I have an EFI motor the carbed r&d plenum will fit? Basically it will work or do I have to do something special?
    Reg is special.
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    R&D Power Plenum

    Here are the two different flame arrestors. The EFI is on top. The EFI version has a molded in boss for the air temp sensor and uses the OEM clamps.
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    When you order a filter from R&D they will send you the bottom air filter for your efi,anyhow short story they both fit vice versa

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    05/06 efi's don't have a built in sensor in the box, maybe I am wrong, but I don't think they do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter98xpl View Post
    05/06 efi's don't have a built in sensor in the box, maybe I am wrong, but I don't think they do.
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    03 only has air temp sensor.

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