2018 intake manifold

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Purgatory Porting Porting Services | Mustang Intake Manifold

Purgatory Porting ported intake manifolds are now available through Ortiz Performance!

 

All intake manifolds are hand ported with dyno and track proven performance. We've been tested against the top competition and keep coming out on top again and again. Let us help you take your performance to the next level!
 

Send us your manifold or let us purchase a BRAND NEW intake manifold for you to minimize downtime. Once installed, send your original intake back to us and receive a $ credit once receiving inspection is completed!

 

Add MMR IMRC lockouts to your purchase for a clean look IMRC delete. If no upgrade it purchased, you can use zip ties to hold the actuator in place. 

 

Purgatory Porting is located inside Ortiz Performance/Wild Greaser Garage in San Benito, TX. Contact Nafa Castillo to discuss custom porting options. 

 

Please allow weeks for processing and shipping. 

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Allen B

10/9/, AM

Port work

Man quick turnaround, I had my Cj intake and my heads ported and the car feels so much better GREAT SERVICE AND GREAT PRICE I can't wait to see the numbers once it's all dialed in.

I recommend this product.

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9/7/, PM

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9/7/, PM

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1/14/, AM

Power Pack

I have been running this tune/package on my SHO for over a year. Increased performance and fuel economynever thought you could get both. Lee’s customer support and Luis’ tuning and turnaround time was beyond impressive. Luis reviewed multiple datalogs until deciding the car was running perfectly and safely, making smooth power and shifting on point. They answered any questions and concerns almost immediately and an updated tune was sent within 24 hours. That’s what will keep me coming back.

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1/11/, PM

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Once you have done all the basic modifications to your Ecoboost, you really need more fueling to keep you running safely. The XDI high pressure fuel pump offering allows you to extend performance far beyond factory spec and keeps your system running efficiently to prevent failure. A must have for anyone planning to go beyond the basic intake/downpipe build package.

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We Dyno Every Ford Coyote Intake Manifold on a Gen-3 Crate!

Coyote Crate

The Blue Oval world is buzzing with the debate over the Coyote V8: what's the baddest intake manifold, the GT or Cobra Jet? We were lucky enough to nab one of the first production Gen 3 (up) Coyote crate engines from Ford Performance (PN MM50C). Coming in around $1, more than the previous '17 (Gen 2) Coyote crate engine, the Gen 3 is worth every penny. Direct injection with supplemental port injection, compression ratio, better flowing heads, and a superior intake manifold makes for a combination that produces way more than advertised.

In our first dyno test [https://www.hotrod.com/articles/fordl-coyote-dyno-test-cai-etune-makeshp/], we were able to produce hp and lb-ft of torque with only an air intake and E85 tune through the stock exhaust manifolds. We were duly impressed, but we still wanted to know how previous Coyote intakes stacked up; was the newest version of the Coyote intake really the best? Let's take a look at what else is available.

GT Manifold

Gen 1Gen 3
Runner length inches inches
Runner cross section (at bell mouth) in. in.
Total intake volume ci ci

GT Manifold

Runner length inches
Runner cross section (at bell mouth) in
Total intake volume ci

Before the Gen 3 Coyote existed, there was one manifold that reigned supreme over all others: the Cobra Jet. Engineered from the Boss manifold that came to life seven years ago, technology has evolved substantially since then. The became the first Ford composite intake manifold to use hot gas welding in place of vibration welding, yielding a lighter part with no contamination. Another improvement came in the form of charge motion control valves (CMCV) with a stainless-steel shaft, incorporating the shaft sensor into shaft actuators.

"A considerable amount of time went into designing the Coyote intake manifold through computational fluid dynamics using an internal Ford tool called 1D3 analysis," says David Born Ford Performance Parts engineer. "1D3 is a one-dimensional engine model coupled to a 3D CFD model, which allows for the CFD to operate like there's a real engine running it, versus using a steady state CFD. In the 1D world they can change the dimensions very easily and if it looks good, run an analysis in the 3D world. "

Ford engineers took the lessons they learned from the GT manifold and applied it to the , which included lowered runners for a low-profile hood, up tilted throttle body for fitment, reduced bell mouth opening cross sectional area for better torque and reduced overall volume to fit the smaller 5-liter displacement. "The runner is wider than taller, which is where you'd prefer to have its area—to follow the wall instead of being up and above the wall.

"The GT CMCV manifold was tuned for high rpm and needed to rev to 8, rpm. The runner length for a '17 manifold was designed for a 7,rpm peak, so the runners are effectively shorter and larger in diameter. That whole program came together very fast and the manifold was effective. Also going from an 80mm to 87mm throttle body was a big help." Born notes that the 87mm throttle body wasn't needed on the GT manifold to hit its numbers.

Cobra Jet with Ford Performance Dual TB

Runner volume (X8) ci
Runner length inches
Smallest runner cross section in. (near injector)
Runner cross section at bell mouth in
Plenum volume ci
Total intake volume ci

Boss

Runner volume (X8) ci
Runner length inches
Smallest runner cross section in. (near injector)
Runner cross section at bell mouth in
Plenum volume ci
Total intake volume ci

Almost everything is born from evolution. Ford's manifold was modeled off the GT just how the Cobra Jet was derived from the Boss manifold. "The runner design for the Gen-1 GT, Boss, and Cobra Jet manifolds all started the same," explains Born. "The length was adjusted from the GT down to a shorter length for the higher-revving Boss engine. Ideally, we wanted the runners on the Boss to be a bit longer to lower the peak engine speed (the manifold is tuned for a 7, rpm power peak), but packaging the carryover GT fuel rails and the assembly of the rails meant we couldn't push the runner length and the plenum out any further than we did."

The Boss intake manifold was Ford Performance's first manifold offered for the Coyote platform, which debuted on the Roadrunner engine in the '13 Boss It was designed to give the factory-fortified Boss another 1, rpm of operating range for a more dynamic powerband when road racing. Again, the plenum design is quite similar to the GT, but flipped over; if you were to straighten the GT runners so they fed straight in to the plenum, you'd see that the design is pretty similar to the Boss.

The Cobra Jet intake manifold has been long regarded as the best Ford Performance manifold on the market. But now with the manifold available, how does it compare? Six years of evolution and technology is a dramatic difference in time but does the Cobra Jet still have what it takes to keep the top spot?

"The Cobra Jet used the same runner design as the Boss, with the exception being the reduced bump around the injector pocket," says Born. "The Cobra Jet uses a different manufacturing process which allowed the bump to be reduced, which in turn reduces the flow losses around the bump and provides an increase in performance." The Cobra Jet is really just the Boss manifold with a dual-bore inlet added and the strut tower brace recess removed, with the aforementioned having a negligible impact on performance.

With the combination of a huge air inlet and short runners, the Cobra Jet manifold will show the best peak gains out of any Ford Performance manifold. We opted for the Ford Performance twin 65mm Cobra Jet throttle body (PN: MCJ65); there is another option for a single-bore Super Cobra Jet throttle body (PN: MSCJ), which has been discounted and not recommended for naturally aspirated use. Both throttle bodies come with an adapter pigtail that will swap pin-for-pin with the stock throttle body connector, or you can use a plug-and-play harness like what's offered by JMS Chip, which we also used to convert the analog to digital signal on our GT throttle body.

Enough of the jibber-jabber. How'd the manifolds perform? We know sharp-eyed readers will ask: What's more important, peak or average horsepower? That will depend on how you use your Coyote, so we've included both figures in our test data. Next up with our Gen 3 Coyote crate series: some bigger camshafts from Comp Cams!

On The Dyno

Intake:Peak HP:Peak TQ:Av. HP:Av. TQ:PN:
JR3ZA
Cobra JetMM50CJA
Boss MM50BR
GTMM52

* Boss, , GT averages from 3, - 7, rpm; Cobra Jet 3, - 8, rpm

Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/how-to/dyno-every-ford-coyote-intake-manifold-on-gencrate/
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Hello everyone, this will be my first post on this forum. I am new to the 6th gen Mustangs. I couldn't find a direct answer using the search feature so here I am. I am considering adding an 18 intake manifold to my Will it require an 18 throttle body as well? Any wiring harnesses or extra hoses needed for install?
You can and should use your stock throttle body for best overall results. You will need some 3/8" and 1/2" fuel line for the vacuum routing. It's recommended to have the IMRCs locked out by your tuner. There are a few threads related to the installation in this subforum that you can use for reference.

I would like to add that I like having the factory closed intake box. Should I just pick up a stock intake box and tube from an 18 or will my 15 box work?
Since you're doing a manifold that significantly improves top end power, I would strongly recommend an intake with more flow capability than the stock box. The stock 18 one would work. I'm quite happy with the GT airbox.
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We Dyno Every Ford Coyote Intake Manifold on a Gen-3 Crate!

Coyote Crate

The Blue Oval world is buzzing with the debate over the Coyote V8: what's the baddest intake manifold, the 2018 GT or Cobra Jet? We were lucky enough to nab one of the first production Gen 3 (2018-up) Coyote crate engines from Ford Performance (PN M-6007-M50C). Coming in around $1,000 more than the previous 2015-'17 (Gen 2) Coyote crate engine, the Gen 3 is worth every penny. Direct injection with supplemental port injection, 12:1 compression ratio, better flowing heads, and a superior intake manifold makes for a combination that produces way more than advertised.

In our first dyno test [https://www.hotrod.com/articles/ford-5-0l-coyote-dyno-test-cai-e85-tune-makes-532-hp/], we were able to produce 532.5 hp and 451.1 lb-ft of torque with only an air intake and E85 tune through the stock exhaust manifolds. We were duly impressed, but we still wanted to know how previous Coyote intakes stacked up; was the newest version of the Coyote intake really the best? Let's take a look at what else is available.

2018 GT Manifold

Gen 1Gen 3
Runner length12.178 inches16.141 inches
Runner cross section (at bell mouth)2.81 in. 3.875 in.
Total intake volume569.034 ci665.158 ci

GT350 Manifold

Runner length16.141 inches
Runner cross section (at bell mouth)4.185 in
Total intake volume671.261 ci

Before the Gen 3 Coyote existed, there was one manifold that reigned supreme over all others: the Cobra Jet. Engineered from the Boss 302 manifold that came to life seven years ago, technology has evolved substantially since then. The 2018 became the first Ford composite intake manifold to use hot gas welding in place of vibration welding, yielding a lighter part with no contamination. Another improvement came in the form of charge motion control valves (CMCV) with a stainless-steel shaft, incorporating the shaft sensor into shaft actuators.

"A considerable amount of time went into designing the 2018 Coyote intake manifold through computational fluid dynamics using an internal Ford tool called 1D3 analysis," says David Born Ford Performance Parts engineer. "1D3 is a one-dimensional engine model coupled to a 3D CFD model, which allows for the CFD to operate like there's a real engine running it, versus using a steady state CFD. In the 1D world they can change the dimensions very easily and if it looks good, run an analysis in the 3D world. "

Ford engineers took the lessons they learned from the GT350 manifold and applied it to the 2018, which included lowered runners for a low-profile hood, up tilted throttle body for fitment, reduced bell mouth opening cross sectional area for better torque and reduced overall volume to fit the smaller 5-liter displacement. "The runner is wider than taller, which is where you'd prefer to have its area—to follow the wall instead of being up and above the wall.

"The GT350 CMCV manifold was tuned for high rpm and needed to rev to 8,250 rpm. The runner length for a 2015-'17 manifold was designed for a 7,000rpm peak, so the runners are effectively shorter and larger in diameter. That whole program came together very fast and the manifold was effective. Also going from an 80mm to 87mm throttle body was a big help." Born notes that the 87mm throttle body wasn't needed on the 2018 GT manifold to hit its numbers.

Cobra Jet with Ford Performance Dual TB

Runner volume (X8)30.417 ci
Runner length9.327 inches
Smallest runner cross section2.522 in. (near injector)
Runner cross section at bell mouth3.378 in
Plenum volume414.061 ci
Total intake volume657.397 ci

Boss 302

Runner volume (X8)29.690 ci
Runner length9.327 inches
Smallest runner cross section2.415 in. (near injector)
Runner cross section at bell mouth3.378 in
Plenum volume373.292 ci
Total intake volume610.812 ci

Almost everything is born from evolution. Ford's 2018 manifold was modeled off the GT350 just how the Cobra Jet was derived from the Boss 302 manifold. "The runner design for the Gen-1 GT, Boss, and Cobra Jet manifolds all started the same," explains Born. "The length was adjusted from the GT down to a shorter length for the higher-revving Boss engine. Ideally, we wanted the runners on the Boss to be a bit longer to lower the peak engine speed (the manifold is tuned for a 7,750 rpm power peak), but packaging the carryover GT fuel rails and the assembly of the rails meant we couldn't push the runner length and the plenum out any further than we did."

The Boss 302 intake manifold was Ford Performance's first manifold offered for the Coyote platform, which debuted on the Roadrunner 5.0 engine in the 2012-'13 Boss 302. It was designed to give the factory-fortified Boss 302 another 1,000 rpm of operating range for a more dynamic powerband when road racing. Again, the plenum design is quite similar to the GT, but flipped over; if you were to straighten the GT runners so they fed straight in to the plenum, you'd see that the design is pretty similar to the Boss.

The Cobra Jet intake manifold has been long regarded as the best Ford Performance manifold on the market. But now with the 2018 manifold available, how does it compare? Six years of evolution and technology is a dramatic difference in time but does the Cobra Jet still have what it takes to keep the top spot?

"The Cobra Jet used the same runner design as the Boss, with the exception being the reduced bump around the injector pocket," says Born. "The Cobra Jet uses a different manufacturing process which allowed the bump to be reduced, which in turn reduces the flow losses around the bump and provides an increase in performance." The Cobra Jet is really just the Boss manifold with a dual-bore inlet added and the strut tower brace recess removed, with the aforementioned having a negligible impact on performance.

With the combination of a huge air inlet and short runners, the Cobra Jet manifold will show the best peak gains out of any Ford Performance manifold. We opted for the Ford Performance twin 65mm Cobra Jet throttle body (PN: M-9926-CJ65); there is another option for a single-bore Super Cobra Jet throttle body (PN: M-9926-SCJ), which has been discounted and not recommended for naturally aspirated use. Both throttle bodies come with an adapter pigtail that will swap pin-for-pin with the stock throttle body connector, or you can use a plug-and-play harness like what's offered by JMS Chip, which we also used to convert the analog to digital signal on our GT350 throttle body.

Enough of the jibber-jabber. How'd the manifolds perform? We know sharp-eyed readers will ask: What's more important, peak or average horsepower? That will depend on how you use your Coyote, so we've included both figures in our test data. Next up with our Gen 3 Coyote crate series: some bigger camshafts from Comp Cams!

On The Dyno

Intake:Peak HP:Peak TQ:Av. HP:Av. TQ:PN:
2018549.8472.1438.3441.5JR3Z-9424-A
Cobra Jet545.5468.7466.8432.1M-9424-M50CJA
Boss 302531.2461.0430.0433.7M-9424-M50BR
GT350543.6464.3433.5436.3M-9424-M52

* Boss, 2018, GT350 averages from 3,000 - 7,500 rpm; Cobra Jet 3,500 - 8,000 rpm

Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/how-to/dyno-every-ford-coyote-intake-manifold-on-gen-3-crate/

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