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So i want to get a CAI, cam, throtle body and intake manifold but the prob im having is finding a manifold for it! I talked to a parts rep he told me that there isnt a manifold for the EFI 360 but i know a guy that has one on his so WTF..............? i dont know what intake was on the other truck so what do you guys think n where is a good place to get the parts i want should i go mopar preformance? just not sure
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M1 intake I believe is what you are talking about.
What size throttle body? I heard Fastman ones come in about 53mm, I think as I am just trying to remember stuff I read somewhere
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here's the m1 that he is talking about. http://www.summitracing.com/search/B.../?autoview=sku
I have a question though now... this intake says that it is for a carb...but when i did an application fit guide it said that it is for a 98 360... ?
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here's the m1 that he is talking about. http://www.summitracing.com/search/B.../?autoview=sku
I have a question though now... this intake says that it is for a carb...but when i did an application fit guide it said that it is for a 98 360... ?

thats for a carb, moparts has adapters but you can still get 3 different versions of the MPI intake.

http://www.moparsupercenter/m1-intak...rp5007852.html

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fastman is ok for a tb but Southeast performance has a tb that flows like a 4 barrel.

http://www.southeastperformance.com/...5e2788a02e8bf1

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Here ya go . http://www.jegs.com/p/Mopar-Performa...50418/10002/-1
I would recommend you get the installation kit also . It comes with all the hardware you need to install your fuel rails and accessorie brackets . I'm sure if you shop around you can find it cheaper .
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Here ya go . http://www.jegs.com/p/Mopar-Performa...50418/10002/-1
I would recommend you get the installation kit also . It comes with all the hardware you need to install your fuel rails and accessorie brackets . I'm sure if you shop around you can find it cheaper .
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A friend of mine did this on his 98 dak 2wd and it is sweet
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thanks guys for the info now i just have to figure out what cam to go with i dont want to have to do any thing to the ecm so i might call comp cam
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don't mean to hyjack but in the above posts...when u say that southeast performance has a tb that flows like a 4 barrel...what does that mean? i know that 4 barrel is a carb but i thought that by deffinition tb performance was better. please educate me. (and i'm not being sarcastic lol)
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don't mean to hyjack but in the above posts...when u say that southeast performance has a tb that flows like a 4 barrel...what does that mean? i know that 4 barrel is a carb but i thought that by deffinition tb performance was better. please educate me. (and i'm not being sarcastic lol)
2 barrel= 2 bores
4 barrel= 4 bores


SE performance took an aluminum billet and machined it to the size of a 2 barrel TB but combined both barrels to make one big one. john(owner) says it flows 800 cfm
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