Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Southwest Florida
"Different" stock intakes and there differences (with pics)...
I have accumulated many different parts over the years. Intakes being no different. So, I have three intakes. They seem to be different. One is a stock 86 intake (on the car now). One is from a 93 I know. The other is from another year (which is ported, the one I am going to install).
I am removing the stock 86 intake. The big difference seems to be an extra "vacuum tap" in the bottom of the rear intake. BUT, it also seems to be the line that goes into the PCV in the back of the lower intake. The 86 doesn't have that extra "tap" in the bottom of the top of the upper intake (see pics).
The pic on the left is stock 86 intake RF-E6SE-9425-C3B
The pic on the right is stock ? year (ported) RF-E7ZE-9425-C4B
The last intake (FWIW, pic not posted) RF-F0ZE-9425-A5A
Question is, what do I have to do to make the newer intake work? Plug off the PCV port and run it exactly like it does on the 86? Or just run the newer setup? Does it make a difference? I just don't want to run into a lean condition or have a vacuum leak and have to start over.
1986 GT vert 5 spd, triple black, Crower 15511, Powerheads, ported intake, 3.55s, BBK Shorties & catted H-pipe, still speed density!
1993 Yellow LX Feature vert, black on black & 5spd.
2004 Marauder, black, 4.30's, Kooks headers, Magnaflow cats & Mufflers, Metco U&L's, CAI & more
Last edited by budman5.0; 07-08-2013 at 07:27 PM.