The intake ports themselves are virtually identical, with the main difference being the shape of the runner pre-injector.
Looking down the intake port of the stock Mustang GT intake manifold, you can see the Charge Motion Control Valve (CMCV).
The GT350 intake manifold uses the same style Charge Motion Control Valve.
The bare block is ready for the GT350 intake manifold.
Ken from Palm Beach Dyno carefully lowers the GT350 intake manifold onto the engine.
Will from RareFab stopped by and chipped in by tightening down the manifold and fuel rails.
After bolting on the GT350 intake manifold and “Hot Air Intake”, we were ready to upload Ford’s Proprietary Power Pack 3 software.
Page 1 – Power Packs
Page 2 – Baseline Dyno
Page 3 – K&N and Power Pack 1 Dynos
Page 4 – Power Pack 2 Install
Page 5 – Power Pack 2 Dynos
Page 6 – GT350 Intake Manifold Analysis
Page 7 – GT350 Intake Manifold Analysis & Install
Page 8 – Power Pack 3 Dynos
Page 9 – Thrust Analysis of PP3 vs PP2, and Bonus Dynos (M3 & GT350R)
Page 10 – Road Test Review and Overview