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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Javelin_GT Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/02/2018 at 2:39pm
Tom..........I fixed the links for you.

The cheapest route to a AMC 6 barrel intake is the Indy Mod Man. 

Or you have to go custom and custom isnt cheap.  I think if you send Hogan a performer or other cheap intake they can build off the base and save you some money.  Has been a few years since I spoke with them about it.

I see $3500 cross rams so $4000 for custom built intake.....designed for your exact motor.....doesnt seem that ridiculous to me.
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I think they need a new potato to take pictures with LOL

It looks WAY cooler than I though it would with the 3x Holley's tho Clap

Is that a Hogan intake?

^If yes I bet it goes as good as it looks! Star



Originally posted by Javelin_GT Javelin_GT wrote:

I think if you send Hogan a performer or other cheap intake they can build off the base and save you some money.  Has been a few years since I spoke with them about it.

I see $3500 cross rams so $4000 for custom built intake.....designed for your exact motor.....doesnt seem that ridiculous to me.


I would bet real money that a properly designed Hogan 3x2 intake would outperform an original Crossram as well!

Coolness factor is hard to weigh,
so retaining resale value would be the only sure place I can see a Crossram beating a custom 3x2 intake in the future.


Edited by jpnjim - Nov/04/2018 at 10:42am
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I actually priced a hogan one just like the car craft piece is about 3000 not 4000. with a flat top its about 2500.
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