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m1 intake help

Will someone link me to an m1 intake for my 96 dodge ram 318, ive searched but cant seem to find the right one.

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edelbrock airhat, magnaflow highflow cat, exhaust cutout, flowmaster 40 orig dumped,
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damn, that's expensive, but i wants!

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didnt the use to be only like 450?

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Yeah there was a dramatic price change recently-ish.
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Damn...that sure jumped up in price. That should remove a little of the sticker shock on the Air-Gap. I plan on modding my keg a little, not too much as I want minimal low end loss.
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Jumped a little over $200 right?
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are you needing an EGR or non-egr as the links provided i believe are EGR
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not quite sure how do i tell ?

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The ones I posted are for his application. Unless he decides to do an EGR delete, then you can just plug the hole in the intake with a bolt.
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thank you, 450 wasnt bad but the extra 200 bucks makes it a hard choice

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