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C&L intake upper plenum

does the C&L Trueflow Intake Plenum on supercoupe performance fit under the stock hood??

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I had the trickflow plenum a while back, it fit fine. Besides the C&L amongst other brands are designed to fit underneath the stock hood anyway.
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thanks, wasnt sure just because it was curved as opposed to the stock one

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I had the trickflow plenum a while back, it fit fine. Besides the C&L amongst other brands are designed to fit underneath the stock hood anyway.
Do you still have that plenum?

The trickflow plenum... did that have all the necessary fittings needed? I know that the mustang ones lack a vacuum fitting and i'm wondering if the trick flow one supposidly meant for our cars has ALL the correct vaccum lines for a bolt on install. Thanks!
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Do you still have that plenum?

The trickflow plenum... did that have all the necessary fittings needed? I know that the mustang ones lack a vacuum fitting and i'm wondering if the trick flow one supposidly meant for our cars has ALL the correct vaccum lines for a bolt on install. Thanks!
It was way back like in '06, i had sold the bird to my sis-in-law, then i sold the plenum to a friend with a mustang, then i ended up buying back the same bird a year later. So that plenum is resting upon a mustang intake somewhere in Elk Grove now. Otherwise, trust me, it would still be installed right now.

But I do remember, not having to make any modifications to make it work. It was literally a bolt-on and bolt-off piece for me.
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Cool. Thanks for the info, i'll probably be getting the trickflow soon.
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Cool. Thanks for the info, i'll probably be getting the trickflow soon.
It did look very nice under there, and it should work really good with that new intake you and Robert are working on!
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does the C&L Trueflow Intake Plenum on supercoupe performance fit under the stock hood??
Yes it does, I have it on my car...

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