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  1. xgiovannix12
    02-02-2013 03:10 AM - permalink
    Nvm you responded on your own profile. =P
  2. xgiovannix12
    02-02-2013 03:10 AM - permalink
    good you ? I didnt even know you responded.
  3. Rottidog
    01-22-2013 12:03 AM - permalink
    Hey thanks man... how are you doing?
  4. xgiovannix12
    01-21-2013 01:03 PM - permalink
    Happy Birthday
  5. Rottidog
    01-14-2013 11:46 PM - permalink
    the marine intake has a larger throttle body, a little higher rise & has actual fuel injectors. Not the spider system a regular vortech has. Much higher flow rate & easily replacable injectors. I needed them for the supercharger because the air/fuel ratio was low. It was leaning out at 4200rpm. The marine intake solved that. You can find them in ebay, online in google etc. In S10 forum Scott has a write up about the few mods you'll have to make, fuel lines, wiring, throttle body linkage etc.
  6. iamchevyman5
    01-05-2013 02:32 PM - permalink
    Hey, what is the benefit of putting on a marine intake? Also, where'd you get one? Pull one from a merc?
  7. 09-05-2012 03:36 PM - permalink
    If u dont mind...Ive been a member on here for sum time and even if I was 99% sure I knew the prob someone posted about, I wouldnt reply cause I didnt want to be wrong and waste ne ones time/money. But after the experience with guys at Autozone I am more confident. So I am gonna post replies if I am at least 90% sure Im right. Ive seen u are knowledgeable and post alot so if u see a reply of mine and Im wrong, please let me know cause its the only way I can learn. Thx
  8. Rottidog
    06-04-2012 09:35 AM - permalink
    Yeah while it was on the dyno & hooked up to the computer they can read all what's going on with the truck. Send Dan a message & ask him how his set up is working.
  9. Irocz327
    06-03-2012 10:56 PM - permalink
    I check out dans site but it doesn't have any pics or info on wether he hasn't installed. Just how'd you find out that it was leaning out at 4200? Did you dyno tune it?
  10. Rottidog
    06-02-2012 05:04 PM - permalink
    Hey Mike, the marine intake usually comes with either 33 lb/h or 36 lb/h Bosch injectors - REAL fuel injectors. A spyder assembly is just that, a spyder - fuel injector hooked up to 6 tubes with an electric poppit valve at the end. They work pretty much the same way a diesel set up does. Als spyder does make up for the loss of fuel that's needed to keep the air/fuel mixture with the s/c. I know mine leaned out at 4200rpm before I put the marine intake in & that's a bad thing to have lol.
    A marine intake is a little taller which should help air flow, has real, easily servicable injectors & looks cool. Als 36 lb/h spyder should be fine, ask Blazer Forum - Chevy Blazer Forums - View Profile: zr2dan he has Als set up with the spyder assy.
    Keep in mind that you'd have to measure the stock height & the marine intake height - I have a 3" BL so hood clearence wasn't a concern.

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