Trick Flow Track Heat Intake For Sale

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harrellv10

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I am selling a black powder coated Trick Flow Track Heat Intake. It was installed and driven on my 1994 Mustang 347 engine for 300 miles before I switched to the R-Series intake. The intake comes with upper and lower manifolds, a 3/8" phenolic spacer, and gaskets and hardware. Part number is TFS-51511002. It has a 75mm throttle body opening and is rated for a 1500 to 6500 RPM power band. This intake was a STRONG midrange intake on my supercharged 347, but limited the revs to 6300 on the stroker motor. That's why I switched to the R-series. It did make 518 RWHP at 6300 RPM on my engine, though. This intake will be a killer on any 302-347 CID engine, matched with the right parts. $750 new, asking $300. Pics available.
 
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Sure is. I also have a brand new Professional Products 75mm throttle body, used Pro-M 83mm MAF, and some other stuff that I need to get rid of. Take it off my hands! The intake is black powder coated and complete with all nuts and bolts, upper and lower manifolds, AND a 3/8" phenolic heat spacer WITH gaskets! Let me know what you need.
 

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Awesome, Im just wondering if it will be good for my setup. My motor is stock and im looking to put a good intake and mild cam in. would this intake work with it or is it better suited for built motors with heads?
 

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Yes, I think this intake would match very well on a stock short block as long as you use a matching cam and get a chip burn/tune to optimize it all, along with some headers and exhaust. Call the guys at Anderson Ford Motorsport for a cam recommendation. They will even estimate your power output with the upgrades and help you choose the right parts. With a 5-speed transmission and about a 3.55 to 3.73 ratio out back, this would make for a very fun combo on a street car!
 

LastOFiveO

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Ok, ya headers would be nice if i could find some to work with Cali smog requirements. Any ideas where to find a chip or someone to make one?
 

harrellv10

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That should be easy. I'm a huge MAC exhaust fan. I don't know for sure if they will have exactly what you need, but I bet they do. Try them first and if they can't hook you up then I guarantee Summit Racing will have several choices in stock for you. Always get ceramic coated headers! It's more than worth the extra money in the long run!
 

LastOFiveO

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Ok, do you think for the time being i can put this intake on and notice a difference or will it be to much for stock. Thanks for the info
 

harrellv10

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Yes, you can get away with it for as long as you want. It will shift your RPM range up a little and want to rev higher than stock for sure, but probably won't really boost your power output until you actually match a cam to it and get a proper tune. It'll give it an attitude change, basically, but it shouldn't hurt your low end much, so for a street car that is being modified one piece at a time, I think this is a good piece for you. This intake should work pretty well with stock, mildly modded, and all the way up to seriously modded engines. The only reason I switched it for the R-series on mine was because when you reach the 550-600 HP level this intake is maxed out. For you, it will wake your engine up a little by itself without being too much for you, and still have plenty of room to grow with future mods!
 

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Thanks for all the info. I am very interested. Will i need an elbow for it, or does it come with one. Also do i need the spacer? if so will it fit with my stock hood?
 

harrellv10

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The intake will fit under your stock hood. You do not need the spacer, but I'm including it with the intake becuase what else am I going to do with it? Your car is a SN-95? Then yes, you will need an elbow. Trick flow makes one to match the intake, black powder coating and all. I got mine from Summit Racing. I can't remember what it cost me, but I want to say something like $90. You can get away with the stock intake elbow if you want. You can even take a grinder to it and try to match up the opening a little since the intake TB opening will be larger, but I would do the TFS elbow eventually as it will match the flow and looks and it's not very expensive.

This intake did cause a clearance issue with my BBK strut tower brace. I have read other people's posts where different brands fit with this intake. You will have to modify a brace to fit with this, go without the brace, or find one that fits with it if you want to use one.
 

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I do still have a Maximum Motorsports Torque Arm and Panhard Bar for sale. Brand new never installed with all hardware and insructions fits 86-04 mustangs and supposedly makes night and day improvement in both straight line drag launch traction and especially in cornering traction. Asking $475 shipped in the lower 48. Someone buy this thing!
 
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