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freedomgli said:
$1225.00 isn't bad considering how much labor-intensive work goes into making that thing.
And that's not counting the "FD1301-20 installation kit"!
 

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careful about using a wetlay carbon fiber look intake manifold on a boosted application. I looked at that same manifold as I started the build up of my engine. And with all the carbon work I was having done, I thought that would have been cool too...
 

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I'm still sceptical. Maybe for short bursts, but I'm not sure I'd want it on a track car...

but what do I know, someone else please prove me wrong. :)
 

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Its very nice, Id go for it on a track or race car, but for a street car, I'll keep my stock polished mani.
 

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Matt [exz3owner said:
@ Sat Apr 08, 2006 8:59 am]I'm still sceptical. Maybe for short bursts, but I'm not sure I'd want it on a track car...

but what do I know, someone else please prove me wrong. :)
Well it can't be worse than factory inmanis that are made out of plastic...
 
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Matt [exz3owner said:
@ Fri May 05, 2006 7:08 am]ummm. what miata are you driving that has a plastic intake manifold?
One can only assume that he must mean the crosspipe.
 
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