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BlakeusMaximus

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So I think I’m going to go back to my stock air intake. I don’t like seeing a big ole chrome BBK intake anymore. I think my stock intake will look better anyways. I’ve heard/read that they really don’t do anything to help performance anyways. The outer part of my stock box has a hole in it. Do any of you guys have just the box that you would be willing to part with?
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wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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I don't know, if some of these cars are worth what people are asking then the parts for them should rise too.
 

BlakeusMaximus

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This is a pic of it from my old rusted out 90 notch. I don’t have a pic of it in my currrent car. It’s all boxed up and on sell on Craig’s. They sell black ones, I might have been ok with that.
 
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BlakeusMaximus

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So I haven’t had a stock box on any of my mustangs since 1999. Do the stock boxes flow just as good as the aftermarket ones? I ordered a K&N filter for it. Thanks again karthief!
 

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wonder how much it would cost to ship you a pair
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Yes they do in my opinion, they are sealed so they get no hot air from under the hood.
 

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So I haven’t had a stock box on any of my mustangs since 1999. Do the stock boxes flow just as good as the aftermarket ones? I ordered a K&N filter for it. Thanks again karthief!
That's what I'm putting on mine, (I was fortunate it was in the trunk when I bought the car), the car had one of those chrome tubes BBK I think, at least the filter was in the wheel well and not in the engine compartment sucking hot air (never understood why people use those.

but seems to me with the K&n in the stock box it should flow just as much to me... I'm going to use a 70mm MAF from a 94-95 stang... and hook it to a 65mm Acufab TB.
 

BlakeusMaximus

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I fit the stock box in last night and I think it looks way better too. I just got tired of looking at it for almost 20 years
 

BlakeusMaximus

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That's what I'm putting on mine, (I was fortunate it was in the trunk when I bought the car), the car had one of those chrome tubes BBK I think, at least the filter was in the wheel well and not in the engine compartment sucking hot air (never understood why people use those.

but seems to me with the K&n in the stock box it should flow just as much to me... I'm going to use a 70mm MAF from a 94-95 stang... and hook it to a 65mm Acufab TB.
Stock intake manifold?
 

DSB88GT

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Wish I could find a stock airbox and tube for my s/d 88. Prices are crazy.
 

BlakeusMaximus

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Wish I could find a stock airbox and tube for my s/d 88. Prices are crazy.
I bid one one on eBay for 24 hours and the freaking thing went up to $100! Karthief came to the rescue. I had the original box but it had seen better days.
 

DSB88GT

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Yeah...i've seen some crazy prices for them no doubt.
 

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I've never ran one of those. I never for the life of me saw the point in putting a steel pipe in the place of what I had and thinking it was going to do anything. I've also never called it and "intake". lol
 

BlakeusMaximus

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I've never ran one of those. I never for the life of me saw the point in putting a steel pipe in the place of what I had and thinking it was going to do anything. I've also never called it and "intake". lol
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