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944 4V ITB Intake Manifold

I'm doing a run of 944S/S2/968 intake manifolds with ITB's. Please let me know if you have a strong interest. No, I don't know the price, no, they won't be cheap, yes, they will be high quality. There's not a big demand for these things, so don't expect them to made again soon.
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I am just curious, what kind of power gains do you usually get from this vs the stock intake?
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I'm doing a run of 944S/S2/968 intake manifolds with ITB's. Please let me know if you have a strong interest. No, I don't know the price, no, they won't be cheap, yes, they will be high quality. There's not a big demand for these things, so don't expect them to made again soon.
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Hi Michael, kind of hp can you get out of a na these days?
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Hi Michael, kind of hp can you get out of a na these days?
He's over 400hp and counting in his na builds.
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9ff really 400? I'm in.

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9ff really 400? I'm in.
Yep, this was one of his builds iirc around 450hp. If you have the money I'm sure he will consider building it for you.

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Can a 16v head be installed on an 89 8v 2.7l NA?
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9ff really 400? I'm in.
seriously, this guy is going into my wish build thread. I do did not want to convert to forced induction, nor go lsx.
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Sorry about dredging up a 10+ year thread.. but what ever came of this?
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Hey. I made a few, but quickly found there was no real interest. The project died quite some time ago.
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well thats depressing, i thought it was interesting. but thanks anyways!
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Talk to Lance Hayward..

https://haywardperformance.com/

He is building a 16V intake for a road car at the moment,

He already has a race version, i have this on my car....

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wish somebody would just make the manifold "stubs" for those making a custom manifold without iTBs...but alas no one wants to...they just want to sell the complete packages so here i am making my own.
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Being old school I think about 4 Harley CV carburetors meant for a Sportster mounted on individual stubs made from the old manifold. The carbs are spigot mount so hose and camps would mount them
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wish somebody would just make the manifold "stubs" for those making a custom manifold without iTBs...but alas no one wants to...they just want to sell the complete packages so here i am making my own.
What do you mean by 'stubs'? Do you mean the flanges?

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Patrick,
I mean the flange + the "elbow" to which the ITB bolts in this photo.
If those parts were available all you'd have to do to make a custom 16v intake is bolt on a plate and then attach a plenum, would make it super easy for tight fitment situations and allow easy upgrades (plenum shape or volume changes) later by just bolting on a new piece.
944S2 intake manifolds are getting scarcer by the day because people keep cutting them up

Hayward is designing a new 4V intake at the moment but when I asked him this same question he shot me down, wanting only to sell complete kits.
Which I get on one hand, but there aren't many folks who want to pay $2-5k for an intake, but probably a few who'd pay $500 for the stubs.


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Well I don't think that would be too difficult. Just need someone with skills at CAD and a CNC machine. Same person would have both. Or buy some curved runners and modify them. That would be a bit imprecise but maybe worth a try for a garage version.
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Maybe see if these guys can help you. They make manifolds for various makes/models to adapt motorcycle throttles like GSXR1100.

https://danstengineering.co.uk
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Hey. I made a few, but quickly found there was no real interest. The project died quite some time ago.
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I think there is a lot of interest, just not interest from people who can afford the kind of money it takes for a quality system.
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