Skunk2 Intake Manifold Tutorial
Here is your chance to learn about the intake manifold options offered by
Skunk2. We cover the industry standard and highly duplicated Pro Series
Intake Manifold, along with our new Ultra Series Street and Race Intake
Manifolds. Check it out!
Skunk2 How-To: Engine Block Prep.
Starting an engine build on a good note is key. Watch the video for tips on
how to properly disassemble your bottom end and prepare it for a rebuild.
Skunk2 How-To: Billet VTEC Solenoid Installation
You've purchased your Skunk2 Billet VTEC Solenoid, now watch as we show you
how to properly install it. Each Billet VTEC Solenoid includes
flush-mounted hardware and a smooth, machined body for an attractive look.
Skunk2's Billet VTEC Solenoids help put that unique finishing touch onto
the vehicle you work so hard to make perform well, and we make every effort
to ensure that their style is consistent with our rich racing heritage.
Skunk2 Intake Manifold Comparison: Ultra Series (Street) vs. Pro-Series
With the addition of the Ultra Series Street Intake Manifold to our product
line, we noticed large amounts of excitement about the product in addition
to a handful of questions from enthusiasts and builders. Many people had
one specific question in common, "does it make more power than the Skunk2
Pro-Series Intake Manifold?" Well, here's a quick comparison video showing
our results on a turbocharged Integra we
were allowed to rip on our Roto Test Dyno! You can be the judge.
About the Vehicle:
GSR Block with CNC WERX Cylinder Support System, LS Crank, B16 Head, 81.5mm
9.8:1 Wiseco, Skunk2 Alpha Rods, ACL Bearings, Skunk2 Pro Series Valve
Springs, ITR Cams, ARP Head Studs, BWR Ram Horn, BWR 3" DP, 3" Exhaust, Tial 44mm WG, GT3076R, Skunk2 Ultra
Street Manifold, 68mm TB, 1000cc Grams, AEM Fuel Rail FPR, DW300 Pump, E85,
BWR Catch Tank, B16 Transmission, MFactory LSD, Hondata S300
NOTE: No modifications were done to the Intercooler piping going from the Pro
Series to Ultra Street manifold.