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Old 11-10-2013, 06:48 PM   #18
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Another question. Does anyone have experience with Rhino's ported intake manifolds? I'm interested in this mod also and am wondering if I'm actually going to benefit from it with me just being a bolt on car. Something like this makes more sense to me on a heads/cam combo but I see a few people running ported intakes with bolt ons.

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Old 11-10-2013, 07:59 PM   #19
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I was there in 2012 also. If I remember correctly, sunday was a washout till lunch.
Beautiful countryside

Not sure of next year-there's gonna be some event changes.

Let me know , if you remember, when it opens next year. My luck well have a foot of snow here still-may need to road trip there.

Tim
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Old 11-10-2013, 08:12 PM   #20
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Another question. Does anyone have experience with Rhino's ported intake manifolds? I'm interested in this mod also and am wondering if I'm actually going to benefit from it with me just being a bolt on car. Something like this makes more sense to me on a heads/cam combo but I see a few people running ported intakes with bolt ons.

Thoughts?
Rhino did a modified intake for me and IMO it's worth the cost to do it. I don't have a before and after dyno on just that specific mod, but it seems to be a common similarity in that alot of the fastest cars are running them. I am Bolt ons only also btw.
Seems to pick up about 1mph and maybe .05-.1 in ET. How to you measure that small of a difference you ask? You can't, unless it picks ur car up faster than it's EVER ran before. I personally don't care what mod gets the credit as long as it keeps getting faster and faster!
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