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rdavis 03-12-2013 04:09 PM

Which one to get on the 5/16 one there's 3 different kinds

Texasscout 03-12-2013 04:13 PM

No, you are a Newb, big difference.


If I remember correctly, the 5/16" spacer made the most power in dyno tests. You should start with that. Don't mess with replacing your air intake unless you just want more noise. Again, dyno test have shown that the stock air box is just fine. If you want to get every bit out of it, use one off a "rev-up" motor (05-06' 6MT only) it has a little better design.

hopesNdreamz 03-12-2013 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by rdavis (Post 6712420)
Which one to get on the 5/16 one there's 3 different kinds

sorry cant tell if that was directed to me or not...?

hopesNdreamz 03-12-2013 04:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Texasscout (Post 6712423)
No, you are a Newb, big difference.


If I remember correctly, the 5/16" spacer made the most power in dyno tests. You should start with that. Don't mess with replacing your air intake unless you just want more noise. Again, dyno test have shown that the stock air box is just fine. If you want to get every bit out of it, use one off a "rev-up" motor (05-06' 6MT only) it has a little better design.

my bad haha...you're gunna hate me even more lol whats the dif between newb and noob?
okay thanks!! i hear some people liking the skunk 2 plenum spacer and then some people swear by the motordyne one...any preference or differences?

rdavis 03-12-2013 08:32 PM

I guess im going to get the 5/16 iso

Texasscout 03-12-2013 10:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hopesNdreamz (Post 6712429)
my bad haha...you're gunna hate me even more lol whats the dif between newb and noob?
okay thanks!! i hear some people liking the skunk 2 plenum spacer and then some people swear by the motordyne one...any preference or differences?

A Newb is someone that's inexperienced with the task they are attempting. If they screw up, it's lack of knowledge and experience.

A NOOB is just too stupid to know he's in over his head. As Clint Eastwood said "a mans got to know his limitations".

hopesNdreamz 03-13-2013 10:28 AM

ahhh, yes...big difference you're right! thanks for the clarification. this is my first forum and im not too familiar with all the slang yet haha. so motordyne or skunk2? this is my dilema currently...

Blue Dream 03-13-2013 12:57 PM

Motordyne hands down. Plus you are supporting a vendor of ours as well.

hopesNdreamz 03-13-2013 01:43 PM

then Motordyne it is!! cant wait to get it. ive heard people say 15-20 HP but is that to the fly or wheel? and is it true i could get a 2mpg gain?

Texasscout 03-13-2013 02:07 PM

I doubt the MPG gain, but you WILL feel the difference in the "Butt Dyno" department.

hopesNdreamz 03-13-2013 03:10 PM

awesome!! i watched a couple vids online of installs and it looks pretty basic for the most part. anyting to watch out for or common mistakes you have heard of people running into during install i can keep an eye out for?

Wrathernaut 03-13-2013 03:25 PM

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Originally Posted by hopesNdreamz (Post 6713102)
awesome!! i watched a couple vids online of installs and it looks pretty basic for the most part. anyting to watch out for or common mistakes you have heard of people running into during install i can keep an eye out for?

Just torque it in proper sequence and amount when putting the bolts in. It's been a while since I put mine in, but I'm pretty sure the sequence and torque amount is listed in the included instructions.

Other than that, it's pretty idiot-proof.

hopesNdreamz 03-13-2013 03:42 PM

okay great! texasscout was saying to get every bit of power out of it to use one off a rev up motor. so when im purchasing just say its for a 05 or 06 6MT?

Texasscout 03-13-2013 04:00 PM

Yes, save yourself some headache, go to Harbor Freight and buy a 1/4" torque wrench that measures in inch/pounds. It will keep you from snapping off a bolt.

hopesNdreamz 03-13-2013 04:38 PM

okay cool, thanks guys!! i seriously appreciate all the help with my questions


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