Re-Locates Air Filter & Air Meter Outside The Engine Compartment
What's in the Box
(1) Power Pipe Assembly
(1) Straight Rubber Connection Tube
(1) 90º Rubber Connection Tube
(4) Hose Clamps
Anderson Power Pipe
This Anderson Naturally Aspirated Power Pipe® is designed for Pro-M 77/80 shorty meter & Abaco 85mm DBX on 1986-1993 Mustang 5.0L applications. Anderson Power Pies feature Mandrel bent 4" Ceramic coated (inside and out) pipe that puts the mass air and air cleaner in the inner fenderwell for a cooler intake charge for added H.P. Additional benefits of the Power Pipe is better driveability for Mustangs with bigger profile camshafts.
AFM Normally Aspirated Power Pipes were developed because of the need for higher volume, better flowing intake pipes needed with the higher RPM 4.6/5.0 and the bigger cubic inch 347/408. With the volume of air these engines need, the small factory rippled intake pipes are too restrictive and the cold air intake pipes are too small of volume. They rely on the cooler intake charge to gain H.P., which cannot be chassis Dyno tested. AFM dyno's each Power Pipe® to verify H.P. gains. The mass air is in the inner fenderwell, but we do not rely on the cooler intake to make the extra H.P. We do it in design and testing.
Comes with inlet to fit 75mm and smaller throttle bodies. Does not include Mass Air Meter or Air Cleaner.
Anderson Ford Motorsport was started in 1989 to meet the growing demand of Mustang performance parts. Since then, they have made a name for themselves in the business and have grown to be one of the largest Mustang performance centers in the Midwest. They produce and manufacture their own line of specialty parts to give your Mustang more horsepower, torque, and performance. With a wide selection of cams, camshafts, valve springs, and other valve train components, Latemodel Restoration is your #1 source for Anderson products.
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