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What is up folks!

As always Nazty Performance is looking for a way to improve our ways and we have done so with our new style, completely modular Ported Short Runner intake.

Now, don't be scared. This is not your run of the mill ported short runner with massive loss of power/torque down low and mid range and only to have a very narrow, and peaky power band.

The way we have designed our ported short runner is to allow to change the runner configuration even after the intake has been machined! We can tailor runner length, and plenum volume specific for YOUR application. That means, we take into consideration cam selection and timing, cubic inches, cylinder head work as well as header tubing and collector size! So, this intake will be a fully customized unit to fit your application.

Now, this intake will be very, very helpful for NA, Supercharged or Turbo applications! This intake will provide the user another option to very nice pieces of equipment like the Sullivan, but without the low/mid range power losses associated with them while maintaining a stock like drivability, tenability and TB location…..and did I mention….it looks like a stocker for that extra sleeper mode!!!

This ported short runner will show little to no losses down low and mid range and bring home huge gains by 6800RPMs over a stock or stock ported intake on very mild (bolt-on) NA applications and will pick up huge gains on boosted application or H/C combinations on NA applications!!

This intake will continue to effectively extend your power band by a good 1000-1500 RPMs depending on cam selection and application, again, with very little to no losses down low or mid range! Allowing for brutal throttle response and will aid with faster turbo spooling!!

Also, another very important thing is that you will NOT need an aftermarket hood to make it fit! So, your stock hood will be more than enough! If we need to add plenum volume, we don't go up into the hood…we go down into the "lifter valley"! lol!

We at Nazty Performance start with a stock basic "C-Head" Core. We cut the stock lower plenum off, and we begin our machining process. We utilize a CNC 3 axis Mill and CAD program for the machining. So, our cuts are very accurate and repetive!

Stock Intake!





Initial cuts:





Through the entire process we measure for proper clerancing and fitment, ensuring that we are well within our tolerances.







After the machining this is how a Nazty Ported Short Runner looks like:




After that, we take our aluminum tubing (we use 6061 T6 aluminum) and cut it to fit your specific runner length. This length could be from 14" to 9.75" in length.





Then we take those aluminum pipes and put individually press them in our custom (Nazty Performance fabricated) dies.





And the result is on a runner "bell mouth" or velocity stack with the proper taper to match the C-head intake runner and a radius calculated to your runner length and runner cross-section.








After that has been calculated and the runners have been pressed. We proceed and fully port the upper intake plenum six feeder ports, and we fully reshape them, then the runners injector bosses and runner is fully ported and reshaped and the velocity stacks are attached and epoxied into place.





Then we utilize our dies and cut off a piece of sheet metal aluminum and "end caps" specially molded to clear the runners and to an specific lower plenum volume.





Then, they are hand fitted and TIG welded!








After the TIG weld process the intake is hot tanked two times, and high pressure air "blown" (lol), from there we coat with 1000F ceramic and you get what we call…..a "Nazty Ported Short Runner" intake!





All Nazty Performance Ported Short Runners are serial numbered and documented for our custumers!





So, there you have it!

Just another option for your Naturally Aspirated, Supercharged or Turbo combination that utilizes the stock TB position and will not require an aftermarket hood or aftermarket fuel rails!

Estimated time to fabricate a custom Nazty Performance Ported Short Runner is ~three (3) weeks.

If you guys have any questions please don't hesitate and post or email me at for more specific details at:

[email protected]

Naz
 

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very nice! Thanks for the breakdown info! Will you offer a core plan? Where we can order one from you, then return our intake to you afterwards. 3 weeks of down time is more than most will be interested in.
 

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very nice! Thanks for the breakdown info! Will you offer a core plan? Where we can order one from you, then return our intake to you afterwards. 3 weeks of down time is more than most will be interested in.
Yes! We do have some cores available to be worked on! We will ship then once you receive it, you can ship us your core!

For order and shipping info visit:

www.naztyperformance.com

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Naz,

Very Impressive i really like the ease of runner length change. Do you have any back to back dyno tests with the short runner to a stock mach 1 intake. We will actually be in the market for a intake soon for our 5.0l stroker,fully worked heads and custom cams little street terror and am undecided between the Sullivan and yours. Thanks for any info on increase of HP you can provide
 

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Naz,

Very Impressive i really like the ease of runner length change. Do you have any back to back dyno tests with the short runner to a stock mach 1 intake. We will actually be in the market for a intake soon for our 5.0l stroker,fully worked heads and custom cams little street terror and am undecided between the Sullivan and yours. Thanks for any info on increase of HP you can provide
We do have some data on a stock Mach 1, even with the crappy intake cams on the Mach 1 and a very early design with 11.5" runners (13.65" stock) no loses down low, 7+RWHP by 5500RPMs, and 12RWHP by 6500RPMs were the plug was pulled. Gains would have been much more significant with another 500 RPMs but the stock cams on the Mach were done.

Again, very early prototype, at 11.5" long runners. With 96-98 or 99-01 intake cams the gains would have been much more impresive. The important thing is that there were absolutly no power/tq lossed anywere in the power band were a Sullivan would have killed the power specially on a stock Mach motor with thier crappy intake cams.

Another example, we just put one on a stock short block 99-01 Cobra and pulled 383RWHP and 365RWTQ and with a reduced plenum volume (trying diferent things) with the up-dated plenum volume....we will be very close if not passed 400RWHP still on the stock short block!

We are having one tested this week with FR500 cams, Big Bore and ported heads........

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That is some great information to hear, exactly what i was hoping for. Thanks Yeah i agree we are trying to avoid any major lower end torque loss and the sullivan wasnt gonna help at all with that. I will be sending you a e-mail shortly about the intake. Thanks agian.
 

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Just in:

+15RWHP @ 5250RPMs
+8RWHP @ Peak RPMs
+52RWHP @ 6850 RPMs!!!!!!!!! :dancenana::rockon:

This is OVER a stock ported intake with FR500 cams!

We are static!!

More to come!

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Just in:

+15RWHP @ 5250RPMs
+8RWHP @ Peak RPMs
+52RWHP @ 6850 RPMs!!!!!!!!! :dancenana::rockon:

This is OVER a stock ported intake with FR500 cams!

We are static!!

More to come!

Naz
DAAAAMMMMNNNNNN......+52rwhp with FR500 cams
i may have to add a Nazty intake to my Mach build.
been running crower stage 3's with a stock intake forever now. after years of abuse cammed and sprayed its finally time to build the motor.... i have pushed my luck far enough....LOLOLOLOL
i'll be contacting you brotha..... Thank You for all the info!!!! You Rock!!!!!! :rockon:
 

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Little more info:



Ill gladly give up a few HP/TQ down low for a 50+ gain on top.

The area under the curve looks good!

Here are the number in a "simulated drag race". Assuming:

4.30 Gears
4600 RPMs Launch
6800 RPMs Shift



Made more power/torque in each gear. Not too bad!

With a shift point of ~7200RPMs I can see 5 MPH gain...easy!

One thing that people may not see is that those numbers on the little "area under the curve" are average thru the RPM band....that means not at a single point but the average thru any point thru the band.....!

As we see...there are points were the gains were insane.

I really dont know of ANY NA single mod that will bring bigger gains than this intake in there.

I mean, nitrous but we are not talking PA here. Im saying single items:

Cams = 15-20
PP Heads = 15-20
Ported Intake= 10-15
Full Exhaust = 20-25

I think that is very, very significant for the NA crowd! And based on this you dont have to spin the crap out the motor.

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I am very happy with the results. I wanted the hp/tq to pull to 6800 without any loss below, and Carlos accomplished that. Heading to the track tomorrow for N/A and Nitrous numbers.

Jerome
 
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