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Old 03-18-2010, 02:15 PM   #1
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So I have decided to get something that I could use, along with my other bench, that used a bit less power while providing reliable results. So I bought a sf-110 from a funny bike performance shop. This thing works awesome. Flow tests coming soon, but all I have here is a 1.6L head.

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You should get a skunk IM and compare it to the stock IM.
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you should get a skunk im and compare it to the stock im.
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I have a skunk2 and edlebrock intake manifold here. I would need a stock intake manifold to compare it to.
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I have a skunk2 and edlebrock intake manifold here. I would need a stock intake manifold to compare it to.
I have a stock one if nobody buys it...

And a skunk2
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Skunk2, or any, results would be useless until post modified to a miata flange.
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If someone would take the measurements on distance between each runner and the CSA of the runner on a miata intake manifold. The skunk2 comparison would be all that irrelevant. I have to test them anyways. Should I share the information?
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Should I share the information?
Please.
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Maybe someone closer can offer, but I'll send you a 1.8 stock miata mani if you return it after testing..
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Hey, youre on D-series.org

I though I was having deja vu for a minute there
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Hah, yea I am. I work a lot with Honda heads, mostly d-series.
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if I may ask:

about what would one of those things cost?

I am learning a lot about FEA and CFD now as a sr mech engr. but nothing beats lab testing!
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about what would one of those things cost?

I am learning a lot about FEA and CFD now as a sr mech engr. but nothing beats lab testing!
New they run very close to $4000. Used in the condition I got it for they range from $1200-$1800
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I know its not the skunk2 but I did a quick mock up of some honda manifolds The only aftermarket I had time to run was a d-series edelbrock performer x manifold, and it was getting around 215 cfm @ 28". HTH I will try to make more time to get the blox and skunk2 manifold on there.
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