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    More good things are coming to 4-tecperformance.com

    Don't get in a rush guys as this will take a while to move into the production phase. Not sure on exact price, but it's not going to be ridiculous! Just wanted to share a sneak peek
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    Is this plastic or aluminum?

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    The prototype you see there is the stock plastic intake manifold runners mocked up onto an aluminum plenum. The finnished product will more than likely be 100% aluminum

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    Who is making it?

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    A machine shop!

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    Jerry--You are taking me back to my drag racing days of the 1950s and 1960s. We would experiment with home made intake manifolds and found this is an area, if done correctly, lots of horsepwoer can be found. Back then it was hit and miss. (usually a lot more misses) Is there anyway
    this could be made from plastic. Metal conducts and holds so much heat.
    Just a thought. Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    A machine shop!

    ... Good answer! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundance View Post
    Jerry--You are taking me back to my drag racing days of the 1950s and 1960s. We would experiment with home made intake manifolds and found this is an area, if done correctly, lots of horsepwoer can be found. Back then it was hit and miss. (usually a lot more misses) Is there anyway
    this could be made from plastic. Metal conducts and holds so much heat.
    Just a thought. Ray
    Give me all aluminum. I need one today! Extrude hone and heat paint. Wanne get even cooler? Tell him to make a water box like a Mustang after TB but before plenum. Run cool water to it. Eevn cooler intake and charge. Aluminum is an awsome heat sink and that works both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Not sure on exact price, but it's not going to be ridiculous!
    Thats always good to hear.

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    Jerry,are you going to use this on your RXP.

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