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    anyone know which is more restrictive?

    which is more air restrictive:
    GTX SC intake manifold with flame arrestor?
    RXP intake manifold with "stock intercooler"?
    Thanks...PR...


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    the manifold with the stock intercooler is more restrictive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    the manifold with the stock intercooler is more restrictive
    ok then, this must be why I experience a bit-o-lag when the SC steps in, around 5800-6000 rpms, when cruising in "NO Boost" the ski just runs steadily, no surge, fine... when I gradually increase the throttle upwards to 5800 - up you can feel a bit of lag and then bang your gone...
    I don`t remember that with the stock GTX intake VS the RXP intake with the stock IC...
    are there any gains to having this RXP intake on my GTX with the stock IC?

    and if I remove the stock IC and use a block off will the lag go away?...thanks...PR...

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