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Unread 08-06-2006, 10:19 PM   #1
martinr_zx440
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Intake Manifold

Hey guys. Ive been doin some reading and ive read that you can change out the intake manifold on the 4.7L and put in one from a 4.7L H.O. I read somewhere that the manifold off the 4.7 HO has much better flow then the regular 4.7.

Now my question is if this possible how hard of an install with this be. is it just a simple out with the old in with the new? or is there a lil something more involved. Now i got a 2000 grand cherokee witha 4.7L. now i they didnt start makin the H.O's till 2002 i believe. So what year H.O manifold will fit? anyone of them or only certain years.

Thanx for your help

Martin

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