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I'm getting an M1 intake will it fit under the stock hood or will i have clearance problems?
 

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No you shouldn't....it's actually shorter that the stock "beer keg" intake.
 

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Fine

It will fit fine, it's the same height as stock. :rck: :rck:
 

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I have one in a 88 dakota with a full size K&N filter on top.
 

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I think I'll be getting an M1 myself soon. That was a question I was wondering too. Glad to know.
 

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Hey BillyW
I have a 93 Dak 5.2L With 1.7 roler rockers,180* stat,Mopar headers,Cat Bac
w/3" exhust system,KN fipk,and 3.92 diff. I use it to tow a 4500 Lb wet & loaded HiLo travel trailer. Will an M-1 Intake help with gas milage and torque
for towing?
Thanks Diego Bob
 

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no clearance issues whatsoever, go for it !
 

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Rlj615 said:
Hey BillyW
I have a 93 Dak 5.2L With 1.7 roler rockers,180* stat,Mopar headers,Cat Bac
w/3" exhust system,KN fipk,and 3.92 diff. I use it to tow a 4500 Lb wet & loaded HiLo travel trailer. Will an M-1 Intake help with gas milage and torque
for towing?
Thanks Diego Bob
M1 moves the powerband higher in the RPM range, and usually has a slight decrease in torque. For a towing app I would think a modded stock manifold would probably be better.
 

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Sneezer,
Thanks for the input.Where would one get the stock manifold modification
info? IE.Where do you get the specifications to modify a stock intake. Also
should one have a speed shop do the mods or could I do it myself with help from a machine shop? Also do you think the MPG would suffer.
Thanks again, Diego Bob
 
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