let's see how professional products 75mm/inlet elbow works on 5.4 3v

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  1. billfisher

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    let's see if it is worth a damn. a couple of weeks.
     
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    Good luck...maybe its good.
     
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    hopefully it works out, let us know:nice:
     
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    "but what's with the but shots?"
    Did you take a Dremel tool and buzz the insides? Or was it nice and smooth already?
     
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    i'm going to polish it inside and widen it where the 5.4 3v intake is wider. i'm also going to modify the rear of the inlet to change the angle to about 70 degrees into the manifold. i'll illustrate it later when it comes in. no 90 degree turn in. i'm going to angle mill the aluminum adapter plate 20 degrees.
     
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