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Astro intake #85128
July 30th 2002 1:03 am
July 30th 2002 1:03 am

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Whats going on everybody, this message board looks dead for the astro area, where are all the astro users! Anyway, I hope to get this board going a bit more, and hopefully i will get some answers to my questions, first question is I am looking for an intake for my Astro, and wll, they seem to be difficult to find, found one, but it was $250us, and well, thats alot, it was made my edlebrock, anyway, if soemone can help me out, i would be gratefull. thanks and,Keep Vannin!

Wingzy


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July 31st 2002 10:13 am
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GM performance Parts has some 4.3 intakes. Ever entertained the idea of slapping a V8 in there? Really easy to do.

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I built an air intake for my '95stro from black abs, hose clamps, and a rubber downspout transition (amazingly fits the 4.3 inlet pretty well) about $12 in parts - then added a K&N filter for another $45. Works great !!!

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I just used the Hypertech Power programmer on my 2000 Safari. There seems to be a noticeable difference by my seat of the pants calibration device. Other than a K&N I have no other power mods, yet. Is it worth 350 bucks? I suppose when summer comes and I can use some of it's other features.


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