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Question Anderson Ford NA Power Pipe ???

Anyone outthere running an Anderson Ford NA power pipe on a DOHC. I was thinking of making that my next purchase. Let me know if its worth it or not.

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I just got mine, I should have it on in a few weeks along with some dyno #s...

It's a nice quality piece, I love the coating and it looks damn good under the hood.

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A friend of mine with a 98 Cobra was running one until he went blown. He dynoed after he installed it and it was worth 8 RWHP on his car N/A. Hope that helps.

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I have had mine for over a year now and love it. I havent ever dynoed it, but I need to. It is a very nice piece. I track test alot of stuff so. I was running aprox 13.5-6 at 104-5's after the PP I was running 13.3-4 at 106.5's with a best of 107. The days were a week apart and that is over an average. It really pulls up top!

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I have had mine for over a year now and love it. I havent ever dynoed it, but I need to. It is a very nice piece. I track test alot of stuff so. I was running aprox 13.5-6 at 104-5's after the PP I was running 13.3-4 at 106.5's with a best of 107. The days were a week apart and that is over an average. It really pulls up top!
Can it be used with the stock Mass air unit?
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Can it be used with the stock Mass air unit?
Yes you can. I havent gotten around to investing 250 Bucks on a New MAF for 19lb Injectors...
I love the way it works Got an extra 1.5mph and 1 Tenth in the 1/4

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Man, that piece sounds really promising.

Why haven't I heard of it before? With numbers like that, you think that it would be a big buzz around here.

I'm guessing that it will not fit under the strut tower brace.

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Most people stay away from it because its 100 Bucks more expensive than any other CAI...
I dont have a STB and I dont believe that any will fit over it...Maybe for the Cobra's they will but Definately not for the GT's.
My favorite thing about it is when me and my buddies drive our stangs around and Then stop and pop the hoods you touch their so called CAI's (MAC BBK) and you'll fry your hand on them...Touch mine and its cool as Hell...Less heat More Power!!!

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I have had mine for over a year now and love it. I havent ever dynoed it, but I need to. It is a very nice piece. I track test alot of stuff so. I was running aprox 13.5-6 at 104-5's after the PP I was running 13.3-4 at 106.5's with a best of 107. The days were a week apart and that is over an average. It really pulls up top!
Sounds pretty good to me... did you have to remove your strut tower brace? I went to your site and saw you had it on there with the stock air intake.

Are you running the suggested C&L Mass air meter? What air filter?

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Yea I had to remove my STB. I wasnt too happy about that but oh well. I was told befor I purchased it that it would fit with the STB but after adjusting and readjusting everything several times I just said screww it and left it off. I really like it. You can use the stock meter or a C&L or a pro-m. I went with the pro-m because I already had it. Works great. Will work fine with the stock unit also.

Yea the pic on my web page are old. I am building a new web site and hopefully have it up soon with some pics of it.

I got mine through http://www.nothingbutperformance.com/Parts.asp during a GP. They had a power stack filter that would fit my pro -m so I got it too. Not sure what name brand but it works great.

Hope that helps.

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Most people stay away from it because its 100 Bucks more expensive than any other CAI...
I dont have a STB and I dont believe that any will fit over it...Maybe for the Cobra's they will but Definately not for the GT's.
My favorite thing about it is when me and my buddies drive our stangs around and Then stop and pop the hoods you touch their so called CAI's (MAC BBK) and you'll fry your hand on them...Touch mine and its cool as Hell...Less heat More Power!!!

I thought the AFM piece was metal as well. That's why some people were staying away from it and going with something like the densecharger instead because it was plastic. Why won't the AFM piece heat up the same as the MAC or BBK?
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My favorite thing about it is when me and my buddies drive our stangs around and Then stop and pop the hoods you touch their so called CAI's (MAC BBK) and you'll fry your hand on them...Touch mine and its cool as Hell...Less heat More Power!!!
Mine gets warm. I don't know why mine would be any different than yours. They are both GT pipes.
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Mine gets warm. I don't know why mine would be any different than yours. They are both GT pipes.
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Warm it does get but Not scorching Hot like the Mac and BBK CAI's do...
And the AFM PowerPipe is It's also ceramic coated so it doesn't get heat soaked like Mac and BBK intake tubes do (which over rides the benefits of having the air coming in from the fender).
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The UPR powerpipe WILL clear under the factory STB and will give the same power gains as the AFM. It isn't ceramic coated like the AFM but, it is not as much $$$ either. Both UPR and AFM use S&B power filters. Hope that helps.

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I've got the Anderson pipe on mine and seems to work pretty well.
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Do you guys ever think that the reason the metal pipe isn't hot after driving is because the air rushing through it cooled it down and the heat was injested by the engine? It heats up the most when the car is stationary or at idle. The best setup would be plastic but personally I think the Densecharger looks like toilet plumbing!!!! I would really like to get the Anderson Power Pipe if it would only clear the strut tower brace. That pinch in the stock tube up by the throttle body has to be a restriction along with the "bumpy" ride from the air filter all the way up to the throttle body.

I would really like to get a cold-air kit the relocates the air filter and MAF sensor to the inner fender outside the engine compartment for my 96 Cobra.
There was another company that made a Cold-Air Induction (CAI) kit. I think they called theirs a "Power-Tube." I believe the company was/is called "PPT" but I can't find anything about them. Someone here a long time ago introduced them to me. Is there another company besides the ones mention here (Anderson, BBK, UPR, C&I, MAC,
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Both UPR and AFM use S&B power filters.
My AFM pipe can with a K&N filter.

Slithering_Joe... You could always make your own inlet setup and save some $$ for the time being. You'd have to use the "toliet plumbing" from Lowe's or wherever is good for you, and you could always paint it, and it could serve the purpose for the time being.
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Try www.volantperformance.com They make some induction kits for the GT's, not sure if make one for the Cobra or not.

96stang99, If your filter has the funnel filter part in the front of the air filter then it is an S&B not a K&N. They are made from the exact same stuff, just the K&N doesn't have the extra funnel filter in the front like the S&B's.

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96stang99, If your filter has the funnel filter part in the front of the air filter then it is an S&B not a K&N. They are made from the exact same stuff, just the K&N doesn't have the extra funnel filter in the front like the S&B's.
Well, its been a while since I've seen my air filter, as its down in the fenderwell... but, mine has the "chrome cap" on it with the K&N logo on it, so I just figured it was a K&N. It'll be out when the intake and cams go in, so I should know FOR SURE then.
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Slithering_Joe... You could always make your own inlet setup and save some $$ for the time being. You'd have to use the "toliet plumbing" from Lowe's or wherever is good for you, and you could always paint it, and it could serve the purpose for the time being.
For the time being I'll just leave the stock setup in. I think the toilet stuff looks like a$$ !!!! ...especially painted. I want a clean installation.

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I can't seem to make up my mind on this....

either densecharger or AFM powerpipe......

I have MAC cold air and would like to get one that goes all the way to the throttle body.
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Personally, I think it looks like crap.


There has to be a cleaner installation than above somewhere out there.

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