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Old 08-02-2012, 02:24 PM
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intake manifold install

cab on or cab off? searched everywhere. couldnt find info except for a youtube vid and seemed like cab was on.
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Can be done either way.
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It's going to be easier cab off.
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It would be much easier cab off. Might want to do some other things while your there because its a big job. A lot of stuff has to come off. When i do the intake manifold i plan on a LP batmowheel and possible 6.0 manifolds and uppipes.
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i considered doin it myself before the stud job to see what the difference is but most likely ill just have it done while the cab is off along with the exhaust manifold and up pipes like you 04hdfat. still havent figured out what turbo upgrades i want but i think ill be happy for a while and give me some time to think about it. maybe get the balls to install a turbo with cab on haha.
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It can be done cab on, but the turbos need to come out.
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It can be done cab on, but the turbos need to come out.
Do you think a batmowheel would make a big difference on the HP turbo? I was just planning on doing the LP turbo.
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Do you think a batmowheel would make a big difference on the HP turbo? I was just planning on doing the LP turbo.
Honestly it seems to be a good addition for guys not wanting to do full on aftermarket turbos, more power/torque and quicker spool up. Id say since they're already out I'd do it.
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