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Pulling vacuum up top, intake, exhaust or both?

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Pulling vacuum up top, intake, exhaust or both?

Post  docwyte on Sat Mar 31, 2012 3:53 pm

Setup is a 2002 LS1 motor installed in my Porsche 944.

Stock LS1 MAF, ported stock LS1 throttle body, LS6 intake manifold. Stock motor, EPS 226/230 cam, 1 5/8" primary mid length headers, no cats, dual 2.5" exhaust with an X pipe and a single 18" Magnaflow exhaust.

I'm pulling a pretty strong vacuum up top with my current setup With HP Tuners it's dropping from 82 (I'm at altitude in Denver, CO) to 77.

Tuner has suggested I go to a LS2 MAF/throttle body first, then to a larger set of headers. Eric does make a 1 3/4" primary long tube headers for my swap, but have to redo a bit of my exhaust downstream to make them fit.

I'd prefer to address the intake first as it's cheaper/easier to do. Do you guys think this theory is on the right track?


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