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    SLP flopac yes or no ?

    Hello everyone I am thinking about getting the flopac package, is it worth it or not? The price is $283 shipped. They claim up to 20 hp is this accureate or not? Thank you all very much.

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    Personally I'd say HECK NO... that's almost the cost of an LS6 intake, something that will make real, measureable, appreciable power. Too many people seeem to be nuts over their air intakes. Look at the 10 second cars out there and see how many have stuff like this on them...

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    I am not planning on doing any serious mods like cam, heads etc. any time soon, just looking for bolt ons. The car is stock with k+n filter and slp cat-back. Would the ls6 still be worth my while or no? what brand do you reccomend? GM or after market?
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    its moret that 20hp, the lid is 10hp the bellow is another 10 and that thing that goes underneath the filter i havent tried it.

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    that bellow isn't worth a single HP. I have looked at it Vs. stock on the dyno for about 5 cars

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    the only LS6 intake that I know of is made by GM

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    I did see the gm ones and they are plastic and I saw one from wieland as well and it is aluminum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS-6 View Post
    I did see the gm ones and they are plastic and I saw one from wieland as well and it is aluminum.
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    Composite plastic. Strong. Less heat soak over metal.
    The wieland tends to be for boosted cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS-6 View Post
    I did see the gm ones and they are plastic and I saw one from wieland as well and it is aluminum.
    the weiand intake is not an ls6 intake...

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    I was unaware of that ,I was looking at them online and the ad said ls1/ls6 intake ,but maybe I miss read it, anyway do you think it would be more beneficial with or without the slp lid. Also what has to come off to get to it just the coil packs and fuel rails?

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    Out of that kit all you need is the lid. IMO
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    just do the FRA mod and save some money

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS-6 View Post
    I was unaware of that ,I was looking at them online and the ad said ls1/ls6 intake ,but maybe I miss read it, anyway do you think it would be more beneficial with or without the slp lid. Also what has to come off to get to it just the coil packs and fuel rails?
    Yeah, it fits an LS1 or Ls6... You will need the coolant crossover lines too. just 2 bolts for the rails; all the injectors should stay in the rail if you pull them like that. It's one of those things, just jump in and you will suprise yourself at how easy it is. Just be VERY careful of the oil sender in the back, don't wanna break that off.

    as noted, definitely get a lid

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    Yeah ,I herd that did an engine swap on a blazer and broke two of those sob's. sounds good thank you.

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