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Weiland Intake Manifold

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    Weiland Intake Manifold

    Weiland/Lingenfelter Intakes.. Are they good on a N/A engine?? are they a good buy compared to the LS6 Intake?

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    I beat that same question around for a couple of months before going with the LS6. I read all the forums, web site research, reported gains and installion procedure. The LS6 was fair priced, GM factory part and composite material with proven gains. It was an upgrade over my 2000 LS1 intake in respect to the last years of Camaro production, thus one reason for the increase in manufactures HP rating. Also the same intake that was on Vets in the same period. LS6, 78mm TB, Cat Back made a very clear-cut difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000SuperSportMaro View Post
    Weiland/Lingenfelter Intakes.. Are they good on a N/A engine?? are they a good buy compared to the LS6 Intake?
    Depends on the price.

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    Made form Aluminum and run about $380 on EBay. With composite no heatsink issues and strong material.

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    they heat soak, thats y i avoided them and played it safe with an LS6 intake.

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    heat soak is very little if any.
    the air that goes threw the throttle body into the manifold doesnt even take a second.
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    On ls1tech most people are saying ls6 is better than the weiland. http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=670617

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    I bought a weiand because they look better. They flow about the same and if you want more flow just grind on it. If you are going to spray, go for the weiand. Just my opinion. Also I bought mine for 200 dollars off ls1tech. Just gotta keep an eye out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSmoky01 View Post
    I bought a weiand because they look better. They flow about the same and if you want more flow just grind on it. If you are going to spray, go for the weiand. Just my opinion. Also I bought mine for 200 dollars off ls1tech. Just gotta keep an eye out.
    Got mine for sale on here. $150 + $20 shipped. But its used..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    Got mine for sale on here. $150 + $20 shipped. But its used..
    want to sell it?

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