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KmanSilvia
05-12-2004, 08:34 AM
I am about to puchase a Greddy intake manifold for my S14. Is this a direct bolt on? ie will my stock fuel rail, sensors, grounding points, Idle air control, intercooler piping location, throttle body all work?
Thanks.

RDM_II
05-12-2004, 06:11 PM
Yes.

Refill
05-12-2004, 08:48 PM
isn't the throttle body in a differen't location? i thought i saw greddy selling a different cold pipe to be used with there intercooler kit and the manifold??

asad
05-12-2004, 08:52 PM
isn't the throttle body in a differen't location?



On the S13 SR application, yes. On S14...I don't think so.

Asad

JimStinksAtDorifto
05-12-2004, 10:11 PM
On the S13 SR application, yes. On S14...I don't think so.



Bc the s14 is a low port design so the TB is already up higher, unlike the s13 which is high port so the TB gets moved upward with the Greddy mani. At least, my logic says so. S13 requires extended cold pipe, iirc.

NismoFeind
05-12-2004, 10:24 PM
does it work with stock smic?

Kookz
05-12-2004, 10:27 PM
If the FMIC and the SMIC both have to hit the same throttle body, then what works for one will work for the other, and visa versa.

But ummm...running a Greddy intake with a SMIC is pointless.

S14Redtop
05-13-2004, 08:46 AM
I have a 95 S14 chasis with a Redtop SR that has the Greddy intake mani (obviously for the redtop). This mani positions the TB almost facing parallel to the front of the car, unlike in the stock position, where it's angled up and sits further in the engine bay. I have the Blitz LM intercooler FOR the S14 and the cold pipe bolts RIGHT up the the throttle body. Don't know how much this helps, but it was a nice surprise when the whole thing went together like it did.

can check pics on www.cardomain.com/id/ou1848 (http://www.cardomain.com/id/ou1848) and look at the engine pics

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Steeles
05-13-2004, 04:11 PM
no the cold pipe wont fit. odify it or get the greddy one. some trimming of tabs is required on the fuel rail and if usingg the stock FPR its a little tricky with the fuel line. thats about it though. IC iping is the hardest to figure out.

PooPoo240
05-13-2004, 05:30 PM
I have a S14 with S14 SR with Greddy intake manifold. it's a direct bolt on. Everything bolts in to place.

Brad
05-13-2004, 05:43 PM
will the greddy coldpipe mate to other FMIC setups' piping? i.e. greddy coldpipe onto an HKS Type-S or something?

mike2016
05-13-2004, 06:13 PM
will the greddy coldpipe mate to other FMIC setups' piping? i.e. greddy coldpipe onto an HKS Type-S or something?



here is a pic of the Greddy pipe
http://store4.yimg.com/I/import-store_1792_47042039.jpg

it'll fit the HKS and other FMIC, possibily at a slightly off angle.

NismoFeind
05-14-2004, 11:42 PM
But ummm...running a Greddy intake with a SMIC is pointless



WHY??? How is this pointless explain.

97 S14
05-16-2004, 01:15 AM
But ummm...running a Greddy intake with a SMIC is pointless



WHY??? How is this pointless explain.



Because if your running an SMIC then your in a power range where you will not really benefit from adding the intake plenum... the intake plenum is for higher HP applications. Stock S14 intake plenum's are very good... much better than S13 stock intake plenum's. So upgrading it when your pretty low in mod's (pre-FMIC stage) is pretty pointless... spend lots of money and not get much benefit.

A S14 greddy intake plenum is a direct bolt on, but you have to use the stock plenum runners, so it only replaces the plenum, not the runners like it does on the S13. It's a direct bolt on, but a normal FMIC kit wont be exactly lined up with the TB, so it's best to use the greddy 'cold pipe.'