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    AAM Eliminator Intake Manifold

    This is one of the few in existence that I helped design back in the day.

    Bottom is CNC machined to perfection, top section is 6061 aluminum welded on.

    Accepts stock throttle body.

    The radiator fill must be capped off and an inline fill must be added to the top radiator line. I will supply these two parts as well.

    I have a custom made short y-pipe made with the CNC machined y-block used in the $300 AAM y-pipes that I will also include, that fits with the stock IC pipes.

    If running a FMIC then you could cut the end off this y-pipe and use the existing block by just welding on a 3" piece to fit.

    I will also include a new intake manifold gasket and the mounting bolts for the manifold.

    Follows are pics of the other two we did on the cars. This particular one I have was an improved design which was approximately one to two inches wider, everything else is the same.

    I will post of pics of it shortly.

    $700 shipped with everything.










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    yeah....thumbnail pic fail. if this is the same size as the zesty, i'm interested.

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    I think I saw one of these on a guys car from Texas when he was at NG (hard to tell from the tiny pics ). It was really nice, I wanted one.

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    unlikely, I know for a fact there is only four out there, I know where 2 of 4 are and they were all sold over here.

    also the y-pipe has an HKS flange welded on already.

    everything will polish up like chrome with some compound, a buffer, and metal polish.












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    By the way I did the original testing on my personal car, so I can vouch for the results. On the Dynojet with a 13g car, this produced an 18 wheel horsepower gain at approximately 4500 rpm and above.
    Last edited by toddrs93; 12-17-2010 at 05:41 PM.

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    i don't doubt the results. for anyone with a race car, this is the ticket. it's a bit too "DIY"-looking for what i'm interested in. GLWS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inperfectdarkness View Post
    i don't doubt the results. for anyone with a race car, this is the ticket. it's a bit too "DIY"-looking for what i'm interested in. GLWS!
    Yea its pretty thick aluminum, it would have turned out a little cleaner with really high end tig welder but they just didn't have one when I did it.

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    I think he originally sold this for $1500
    Last edited by toddrs93; 12-31-2010 at 12:10 PM.

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