Interesting. Do you recommend the spacer with or without water passages?...While on the subject of bad advice giving... while you buy that Accufab TB and elbow don't forget to get a TB spacer too. It adds 15HP. No bullitt or SVO intake will ever come close to the power gains.
For low cost I prefer the HPS intake. It is good flowing intake and is more flexible than the bullitt intake because it gives you the ability to shortening and port the runners.then don't phrase it the way you did
say "stick with the PI and get yourself a new upper intake" (which is BS anyway) "because it is more COST EFFECTIVE, and is better based on your selected power range"...
. Also when you talk about shinning above 6000 there are only a few people here that are spinning a 4.6L harder than 6K because you need alot more than just a bullit intake to spin the 4.6L higher. Not too mention i thin (don't quote me) the trick flow intake and edelbrok setup are cheaper and if you wanted a screaming 7000rpm motor why not something like the edelbrock.
i agree darrin.. it is a heavy sum***** and its gains are at the upper end of the power band... unless you need it up there, it is a wasteYou have to wonder why some have gone back to the plastic PI intake though. Particularly at least one really quick bird.
I just don't think the Bullitt intake setup is worth the price and it's definitely heavy.
But of course this is only my opinion, I could be wrong.