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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercracer
    I have bought and sold a pile of these cheap intakes over the past 7 years. I have never paid more than $200 for a complete intake. Get off your butt and do a search. Check out the Mustang boards.
    Here is an upper for $119 and a lower for $90::
    yeah $200 aint cheap ... you know
    and the people on the mustang sites know how much they are worth or are trying to make an insane profit

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    $200 IS cheap compared to $500-600 for new.
    Intakes don't go bad unless they're rolled over or cracked. I've only seen one bad intake and it was the plastic POS on a 4.6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beep_beep
    yeah $200 aint cheap ... you know
    and the people on the mustang sites know how much they are worth or are trying to make an insane profit
    I paid $240 for my Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake for my 351

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    Quote Originally Posted by beep_beep
    yeah $200 aint cheap ... you know
    and the people on the mustang sites know how much they are worth or are trying to make an insane profit
    If $200 isn't cheap to you for an EFI intake, then you chose the wrong hobby.
    Explorer intakes can be found for $200-250 on the Mustang sites.

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    Unfortunately, I agree.

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