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Old 05-07-2008, 03:58 PM   #1
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Default Lower intake flaws?

Hello,
I just have a question on porting my intake manifold, I remember reading a topic here on how they have a few flaws. I just wanted to know if any one else knows these flaws. Cause im takin my my top end apart and gettin every thing done and out of the way all at once. I have a long weekend planed and any info would be awesome.

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I've personally never seen a flaw on a Series 1 L67 LIM. You're confusing what you read, that'* the non-supercharged L36 engine from 95 to current production.

There is a slight mismatch in the L67 to the heads, but not alot.
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Thank you,

Should i not even bother worring about it.
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Don't 'worry' about it, but if the opportunity to get a spare arises, by all means port-match it.
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Will do. thanks for the info
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