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Hello, I am looking for some help identifying an intake manifold that came with a 1993 Skyline GTST. I have searched other posts like this but haven't came across one like this.

There's no name brand or identification on it besides what appear to be some Nissan Casting numbers: NL0635. There is a few Nissan factory parts on it, it would almost appear as if someone had fabbed this up.

If anyone has seen something like this and could help identify it, I would appreciate it. Mainly looking for any documentation or instructions to install this, although I can imagine it would be the same as any other.

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Looks like a DIY job someone made in their shed. Unlikely its had any proper R&D or testing so wouldnt like to guess as what the flow is like
That is what I was feeling too. Thank you for your input.

Might be picking up something more professional in the future.
 

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Plazmaman is decent quality and actually gives overall performance gains. Greddy style loses midrange torque
For the Plazmaman options, I'm thinking the inlet plenum will be sufficient for everything I want to do with it. Would there be any benefit to getting the runner and inlet combo? Besides the form factor and tidiness?
 

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Looking at it, I doubt it would perform any worse that some of the offerings out there that haven't had any R&D testing and probably flows somewhat better than the std item, so unless you're looking to extract ultimate power from the motor, I would give it a go and save yourself some money.
 

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Looking at it, I doubt it would perform any worse that some of the offerings out there that haven't had any R&D testing and probably flows somewhat better than the std item, so unless you're looking to extract ultimate power from the motor, I would give it a go and save yourself some money.
I'm looking to get around 350 - 400hp out of it, so nothing too insane. Thanks for your input.

People have mentioned the mid range torque loss when switching to a Front facing intake like the greddy style. Is this something that is quite noticeable?
 

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It's basically intake runner length that will affect torque, but with a few other tweaks, I doubt you will notice the difference.
 

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It would be interesting to try it and see what it's like. Won't do any harm.
 

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It's basically intake runner length that will affect torque, but with a few other tweaks, I doubt you will notice the difference.
It would be interesting to try it and see what it's like. Won't do any harm.
Thanks all for your input, I will give it a try!
I shall report back when i get it mounted.

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