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StuntPanda Nov 15, 9:05pm - #326845 

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Intake...

what's the difference between GT and GTS? How much air does the GT mass air allow and same for the GTS?

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StuntPanda Nov 16, 8:44pm - #326846 

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comeon guys...someone's gota know...anyone? confused
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ct Nov 16, 8:55pm - #326847 

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i guess yuo're question is a bit confusing...you're asking the "amount" of air allowable?

and why would you ask for a GT/GTS comparision?let us know where you are going with this so we can help you better

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StuntPanda Nov 16, 9:18pm - #326848 

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mostly, im just curious. lets say, for example, i put a GTS airbox on my GT. Would it work? Or would my GT not run right? or the other way around. If someone put a GT airbox on their GTS?...hope that clears things up a bit...
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ZeroXLX Nov 16, 9:22pm - #326849 
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they are probably both the same...

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ct Nov 16, 9:23pm - #326850 

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Originally Posted by StuntPanda
mostly, im just curious. lets say, for example, i put a GTS airbox on my GT. Would it work? Or would my GT not run right? or the other way around. If someone put a GT airbox on their GTS?...hope that clears things up a bit...


well first of all it wouldn't work. but why would you want to do that in the first place? i thought you had an Intake?

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oas Nov 16, 9:28pm - #326851 
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Originally Posted by ct
Originally Posted by StuntPanda
mostly, im just curious. lets say, for example, i put a GTS airbox on my GT. Would it work? Or would my GT not run right? or the other way around. If someone put a GT airbox on their GTS?...hope that clears things up a bit...


well first of all it wouldn't work. but why would you want to do that in the first place? i thought you had an intake?

Stuntpanda : im just curious
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skym Nov 16, 9:37pm - #326852 
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Yeah I kinda had the same curiosity.
I was wondering why the aftermarket Intakes have GT and GTS versions.
Are the engine compartment laid out differently?

I think you're curious as well right oas?

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renfield90 Nov 16, 10:09pm - #326853 

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Yes, a GT engine bay is slightly different from a GTS engine bay. Trying to put one part in another is not possible (maybe a few exceptions, kinda difficult though).

I'm not sure but I think the throttle bodies might be at slightly different angles. I've looked at my cousin's GTS and the stock airbox looks slightly different...can't explain well. maybe i'll look for stock pics of the two.
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renfield90 Nov 16, 10:16pm - #326854 

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here ya go, GTS:

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GT:

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There are very slight differences, but enough to cause problems trying to install one in the other.
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StuntPanda Nov 16, 10:36pm - #326855 

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is this different on the GT and GTS?
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renfield90 Nov 16, 10:45pm - #326856 

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I believe the MAFS are the same on GT and GTS.
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StuntPanda Nov 16, 10:50pm - #326857 

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^^that's what i want to know. grin sorry for confusing you guys wave thanks for your help
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hector Nov 17, 12:35am - #326858 

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kinda looks like they start out at different angles thumbsup
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