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View Poll Results: Would you buy 3.0" FWI tubing from INTENSE if we offered it?
Yes 11 40.74%
Yes but only if it is of the same material as the 3.5, 4.0 turbing 9 33.33%
No 7 25.93%
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Old 02-05-2008, 10:44 AM   #31
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L36'* across the board seem to respond well to this as a first mod.

The TB is larger to begin with, so you don't have the transition the smaller TB would. The L36 also has lighter internal parts, so it rev'* quicker, and to a higher rpm. That means it breathes more at the top end.
Lol.
I guess the days of stressing the ADTR test are over.
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That'* been covered enough, and is already well-documented.

Ultimately, that'* why this topic was created, Mike.
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Personaly I'd order it if it was the same as the 3.5 stuff... I have some stuff I reserched out and bought that cost a few hundered (after being way over charged for shipping) and the stuff enfed up being a bit stiffer then I'd like... I still havent atemped to install it yet
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id be potentially interested for my blazer, ive been considering the fitment and i think i may be able to make it work, id have to do some measuring but i think i could pull it off
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I've added 3" INTENSE™ Custom Air Intake Tubing to our website based on the poll results here. I figured it can't hurt us to carry some and for those of you want it you can now get it
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I've added 3" INTENSE™ Custom Air Intake Tubing to our website based on the poll results here. I figured it can't hurt us to carry some and for those of you want it you can now get it
sweet!!!!

i'll order some time between now and when the car comes out of storage.


whats the word on the rockers?
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