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Old 09-11-2020, 02:08 PM
Taneleer Tivan Taneleer Tivan is offline
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Default Intake Mainifold

Has anyone made EXPERIENCE or differences in driving behavior / torque / performance increase or -loss between the two intake manifolds ( DUAL-plane vs. SINGLE-plane )?

Only n/a ( NON-turbo) engines!

According to my research, the dual-plane intake manifolds deliver the highest torque at low speeds. the single-plane has a little more power but loss of torque!
Can anybody confirm this?
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