I won't have a chance to dyno before and after..maybe after... but I also have PI cams too.. and I haven't dyno'd since those were put in.Rich95XR7 said:I'm picking mine up tomorrow as well, and then driving straight to the dyno to get some numbers before I put it on. Stay tuned.....
Yeah you are... I just took those pics after I took those out of the box... well ****... Dan sent me the wrong ones. That sucks. But it's my mistake, I never really told him which ones I needed. Not a big deal, gaskets are a minor thing price wise.guitar maestro said:i thought you were supposed to use NPI gaskets?...at least that's what i thought i read at MD
Yeah, but you shouldn't. I'll just go to the local Ford dealer and get ripped off. Not much of a choice I guess. Not worth risking anything over $15 in parts.Aaron K. said:Intake gaskets are reuseable...just be careful when you remove your NPI manifold.
Shouldn't what?chrisnack said:
Yeah, but you shouldn't. I'll just go to the local Ford dealer and get ripped off. Not much of a choice I guess. Not worth risking anything over $15 in parts.
I've always heard that you should re-use them. Guess it's just another one of those myths.Johnny Langton said:
Reuse intake gaskets?
They're designed to be re-used and it's not an issue.I'm using the original intake gaskets that were on my car when it left Ford's assembly plant.
And I'm on the third different intake manifold.
Does the PI intake need to be drilled for a 1995 T-bird or is that just for '96-'97?chrisnack said:Still trying to figure out my best route for getting that coolant sensor hole drilled. I might just drill/tap it myself without a press... or i might just splice it... not sure yet...
Any pre 99 4.6 will have 2 coolant sensors, 99 and up only has one. So yeah, any Tbird will need that hole drilled.4point6r0x0rz said:Does the PI intake need to be drilled for a 1995 T-bird or is that just for '96-'97?