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XF EFI inlet manifold power/rev limitations.

I'm wondering whether I should build a custon plenum or its just not worth it? the big power X-Flows have either setup, just wondering what everyone elses experience with these have been?

I'm running a big turbo and my power goal is 300 rwkw

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Re: XF EFI inlet manifold power/rev limitations.

i've seen xf turbo efi's running standard inlet manifold,

and making big power.

So the standard manifold would be good but if you want
300+rwkw you'd probably be better off getting a custom
plenum and intake made up. imo

240rwkw slug.
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Re: XF EFI inlet manifold power/rev limitations.

a guy from work has made a custom intake manifold with huge throttle body 4 his turbo eb xr6 it looks phat.

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