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Thread: Ported N1 intake manifold, *pics* and flow data

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2013-05-10 23:25:43
#51
@BenFenner

Is this thread in the Manifesto? I didn't bother to check.
2013-05-13 18:35:14
#52
It is now. Thanks @Boostlee .
2013-05-19 02:01:19
#53
Come to poppa!
2013-05-19 02:30:51
#54
I ported an N1 manifold in the past!! Only made at max 5 whp @ Peak after the peak made more dont remember exactly but now days for the price of an N1 manifold with a decent 70mm and ALLLLLLL THE WORKKKK involved in porting it to make more power than stock its no worth it!! IMHO!!
The only thing its that N1 you have the chance of port it really good but you will need to weld some spots to get a good port shape!!
2013-07-06 13:09:01
#55
Coming back to life in a new heart for teh Panda.

Stay tuned
2013-07-06 13:30:36
#56
Originally Posted by happynole
Coming back to life in a new heart for teh Panda.

Stay tuned


you need what was in Jamie's car. Along with a carbon fiber air box
2013-07-06 22:43:47
#57
Im interested in results... i have one of genuine N1 manifold too and i want to do something like Charles did + bore TB to 74mm. I wonder if it can make atleast +10whp...
2013-07-07 05:11:00
#58
Jamie tested this intake with positive results as I recall.

His motor from the convention with my VE head, less the itb's, and adding this intake is where we start. Going to use the squiggly from the Panda and the 184c and N1 cam combo. AEM for management. Will post results once running
2013-07-07 16:49:13
#59
sounds like fun joe!
2013-07-20 05:54:23
#60
and yet i have made a itbs adaptor to suit bmw and no one interested lol. i played with mine a lot and i was able to gain 10whp at peak and 25whp across the majority of range. and starts a lot sooner.
check my bmw itbs thread
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