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Old 09-01-2009, 06:42 PM
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my ? is how would you use his on a N/A since the throttle body is pointing in a diff direction then the stock. so the stock tube and air box wouldnt line up, same with aftermarket intakes...
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Originally Posted by pioneer1976 View Post
my ? is how would you use his on a N/A since the throttle body is pointing in a diff direction then the stock. so the stock tube and air box wouldnt line up, same with aftermarket intakes...
Everything lines up with our adapter kit which can be included with the manifold for about $30.00. This kit consist of a Black 4ply Silicone adapter & the hardware for installation. This allows the manifold to work with anything designed to line up with the stock TB location. I'll post up a picture later today.
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running your turbo kit and this manifold...
is it safe on our stock motor.
with manifold whp % and the whp of the turbo
that would put you around the 315-320 whp mark.
is that safe, or should you start building the block
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its safe on the stock motor with any turbo kit.
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Old 09-01-2009, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by game-over View Post
running your turbo kit and this manifold...
is it safe on our stock motor.
with manifold whp % and the whp of the turbo
that would put you around the 315-320 whp mark.
is that safe, or should you start building the block
totally safe to run with the stock motor...

Our turbo kit on a stock tC motor @ 8psi with the DESCENDANT intake manifold should be between 335-340WHP
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DYNO!
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Originally Posted by Rob_DESCENDANT View Post
I apologies for not staying in touch since our last phone conversation about 5 weeks ago but I've been totally slammed traveling back & forth cross country with the Time Attack Scion tC. I do remember when you first contacted us about the problem you had with the DESCENDANT intake manifold you received and we immediately told you it wouldn't be a problem to send you out another brand new unit ASAP. However you & I agreed that the imperfection wouldn't hinder the performance of the part and to make up for the inconviance I'd send you a DESCENDANT shift ****.
Anyways... your order is still in our system however they have not been re-stocked since we originally spoke. Call me at the shop today and we'll work something out.
will do i need to grab some new injectors anyways.
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Originally Posted by Rob_DESCENDANT View Post
totally safe to run with the stock motor...

Our turbo kit on a stock tC motor @ 8psi with the DESCENDANT intake manifold should be between 335-340WHP
well....
thats interesting
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not to be rude, but usually when you post numbers, you gotta have a nice dyno sheet to back them up.
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Old 09-02-2009, 01:52 AM
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thats true drax! thats why i dont believe anyone saying of they achieve this or they have this much power and so on. unless they have seen there own dyno or have a dyno sheet especially a company. but this intake manifold does look very promising. hopefully someone comes out with a before and after dyno that will be perfect and to show all how much this manifold is really worth. i wish i had the money and would do it for everyone the whole before and after dyno.
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IMO anyone who already has this or IS putting one on has more mods then most. Another fact is this manifold is being used on World's TA tC making 900ish whp now. No way a stock IM could do that so thats proof right there that it CAN and WILL make more power then those using stock manifolds.

I also think that if your stock motor....basic turbo kit....this wont just bolt on 40hp.....but couldnt hurt either.
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like i said GB?
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Originally Posted by game-over View Post
running your turbo kit and this manifold...
is it safe on our stock motor.
with manifold whp % and the whp of the turbo
that would put you around the 315-320 whp mark.
is that safe, or should you start building the block
Horsepower isn't gonna hurt the engine, it's the how much PSI you force into it.

Look at the huge turbos on a tC that make 350whp with like 7-8psi. Once you get 14psi plus is when you need to start thinking about building the motor.
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x2! also x2 what yamaha said! i think this will be good for those 12+ psi cars. IMO. still in for a dyno
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Interested in a GB... $669 is just out of my reach.. and I'm planning my motor build now. It would be a nice addition...
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Old 09-03-2009, 07:05 PM
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IMO, it'll be worth the cost depending on how good the gains are (for both N/A and turbo). The only other Intake Manifold is the WR one which is around the same price.
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Old 09-03-2009, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by draxcaliber View Post
not to be rude, but usually when you post numbers, you gotta have a nice dyno sheet to back them up.
No worries...DYNO numbers coming soon. :-)
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Rob_DESCENDANT View Post
No worries...DYNO numbers coming soon. :-)
Please do one with stock eng.( no turbo) well maybe with some bolt-ons also..

Thanks..
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:52 AM
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no offense but spending money on a IM is a waste of money if your NA. actually take that back.. bolt ons on a TC is a waste of money period unless going F/I
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