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Old 05-07-2003, 03:28   #1 (permalink)
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Dual Runner manifold ... and engine transplant

Is there any power gains to be had from changing to the EF/EL dual runner intake manifold? ... instead of the EB2 mpfi manifold. Or is it more of a fuel econemy thing? And are there any probs with bolting one on ... It should be fine because the dual runner runs of vacum .. right?? any help would be great!
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i do believe there can be some issues getting the dual intake working properly or something do a search its been covered with some decent detail before good luck if you go for it though...
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Just did a search and read up on it .... as i should have in the first place! I should .... hopefully have my hands on a complete wreck (EF XR6) and i want to put the motor, box and diff into my EB2. Can anyone see anyprobs with me running my EB2 manifold on the EF motor. And also changing the coil pack to dizzy. Also running the thing off my EB2 computer and later getting a unichip progamed for it.
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