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    Gato Intake Manfold Reviews?

    I was wondering if anyone has used or is using the Gato Intake manifold on a Supercharged Application? I know they work for turbo setups, but need to know peoples take on using this with a charger. Charger would most likely be an ET-Race, 9k+ ecu, and all the rest of the supporting mods. thanks in advance.


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    If you are using a ET Race 17-19 boost there is nothing better than the plastic reinforced period. Quite honestly Riva's aluminum is almost a perfect match to the plastic one and its the best performer yet. In conclusion if your going to a Gato or any other Aluminum Manifold other than the Plastic Stocker for strength in Boost applications You will take a step Backwards in Performance to Gain Durability. IMO I would reinforce your stocker correctly and go..

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    If you are using a ET Race 17-19 boost there is nothing better than the plastic reinforced period. Quite honestly Riva's aluminum is almost a perfect match to the plastic one and its the best performer yet. In conclusion if your going to a Gato or any other Aluminum Manifold other than the Plastic Stocker for strength in Boost applications You will take a step Backwards in Performance to Gain Durability. IMO I would reinforce your stocker correctly and go..
    Have u tested the gato?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yol937 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by shrabber View Post
    If you are using a ET Race 17-19 boost there is nothing better than the plastic reinforced period. Quite honestly Riva's aluminum is almost a perfect match to the plastic one and its the best performer yet. In conclusion if your going to a Gato or any other Aluminum Manifold other than the Plastic Stocker for strength in Boost applications You will take a step Backwards in Performance to Gain Durability. IMO I would reinforce your stocker correctly and go..
    Have u tested the gato?
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    I went with Wilson + race charger

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    Myself no Crew Yes.. Im just giving suggestions as Im running My stocker. Once again there a good piece of work and a good price but for supercharged applications the stocker is your best choice IMO

    Confused Scott? Riva/wilson same thing you basically accomplished what's in my description. If your going to upgrade with a SC You pay the big bucks not to lose the performance hence replace stocker with aluminum equal. With Turbo's you can make it up with a whole lot of other things

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