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2024 Mustang Intake Manifolds

Here at LMR, we are excited to get our hands on the new 2024 Mustang. As enthusiasts ourselves, we know how eager 2024 Mustang owners will put their personal touches to the engine of the new Mustang GT. That is why we are working hard to get you the best intake manifolds for the 2024 Ford Mustang Darkhorse, GTs & Ecoboosts. While we work, sign up below to be the first to know more information about 2024 Mustangs.

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2024 S650 Mustang GT/Dark Horse Gen 4 Coyote Intake Manifold with Dual Throttle Bodies - Overview

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Published on 2023-08-02
By now, it's no secret. The 2024 Mustangs are shipping and should be arriving to dealer lots any day now. However, with all the recent coverage of these cars, there hasn't been much discussion about individual components.

Well, we're breaking the monotony of "first drives" and "reveals" with a simple chat session about the 2024 S650 Mustang Gen 4 Coyote intake manifold with the dual throttle body and intake configuration.

The S650 Mustang is full of great changes and improvements from the previous S550 generation. From new and improved body lines to a completely new Generation 4 Coyote engine, the 7th Gen Mustang is sure to be another flagship Mustang for Ford.

Speaking of the Gen 4 Coyote, we got our hands on a factory 2024 Mustang intake manifold and wanted to compare it to a 2018 Mustang intake manifold, found on the Gen 3 Coyote engine. Let’s take a closer look at what makes this intake different.

The Second Throttle Body

The most obvious, and most exciting part of the new Gen 4 Coyote intake manifold is the dual throttle body setup. Each factory intake manifold on previous Coyote engines has featured single-blade throttle body setups. The only time we have seen something remotely similar on Mustangs was the 4.6L Cobra, Mach 1, Bullitt, and 07-14 GT500s where Ford utilized a twin blade throttle body in a single housing.

The addition of a second 80mm throttle body, according to Ford, helps provide increased horsepower. Ford states, “A biased strategy toward on throttle body opening at low RPM and load 9for efficiency), but the two work together and sync up on the way to wide open throttle (to maximize power).

Is The 2024 Mustang GT Speed Density Or MAF?

With the addition of a second throttle body, you may be asking, is the 2024 Mustang using an MAF or is it speed density? By looking at the back of the intake manifold, you will find a MAP, Manifold Actual Pressure, sensor, which indicates that this is, in fact, a speed density setup.

IMRC Components & Physical Differences

Above the MAP sensor, you will find two actuators and your IMRC solenoid, or intake manifold runner control. Looking at the two manifolds from a first glance view, the runners seem very similar on the exterior. While we can’t see inside the runners, we are sure there are some stark differences in improved airflow design. Another stand-out difference is the overall shape of the manifold. As you can see from the side view of each manifold, the runners seem to be a bit longer on the Gen 4 manifold. 

We are excited to see what some of the big brands, such as Ford Performance, will offer in the form of 2024 Mustang aftermarket intake manifolds. As a popular mod for Coyote engines, the intake manifold has always been a dyno-proven modification.