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    I have a berkley intake and i need to remove it due to leaks, also the gullwing gurus told me it is at the wrong angle. Well what i want to know is the difference between low profile intakes and the berkely intakes. Is it worth spending the loot on a low pro vs just setting my old one back in at the proper angle for my set up?

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    What are you gonna set it back at??
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    If i remember right im at 2* and was told it needs to be at 4*. Does that sound right?

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    Are you gonna wait till after the event later this month?
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    Yes Sir Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    If i remember right im at 2* and was told it needs to be at 4*. Does that sound right?
    I've herd 4 and 4.5.
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    Give Chris at b1 racing a call. He can point you in the right direction.
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    Basically the only way a lo pro is going to work (with a wetsump pan) is if you are willing to run the engine fwd enough so the pan and flywheel cover is forward of the intake itself, lo pro intake is very low and therefor the engine must be low. No issues with a drysump pan.

    For a non race river deal I'd stick with a 4 degree and just do a nice clean detailed install with a maximum setback on it . Don't cut clear thru the transom but push the intake back far enough so the flange almost hits the transom. Set it at 4.2.
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    Thanks for the info chris and it was nice meeting you at the bay fair.

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    ok i got my intake out and almost all cleaned up,can someone tell me how much sea going epoxy i will need? will a quart do it?

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    Any pics of your project?


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    Sure
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