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Intake Selection - back to one-piece?

 
Old 04-30-2019, 02:52 PM
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Default Intake Selection - back to one-piece?

When I built my first A&A C5, I already had a FAST 92 on it because I had intended to do an NA build. I've had the intake on the car for several years with 10psi boost, maxing at 12 in lower gears, and have had zero issues.

However, I read about them developing problems and so it makes me wonder if I should look around.

The basic combo on the car is: PRC 225 62cc, A&A V3Ti, Meth, the current FAST 92, and likely stepping up to a Jam Cam.

What are some recommended intakes for boost application?
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After reading numerous posts and deciphering a lot of blah blah blah, I'm sticking with the FAST 92 for the Z. Though I think the 99 will go back to LS6 before I sell it.
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If you really want an aftermarket intake I'd go BTR or G1Pro(silly expensive). Aside from those the best option really is an OEM LS6 or LS2 manifold if you want the 90mm throttle body.
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