How to Install a Performance Intake Manifold and Replace Gaskets (Dyno PROOF)

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  • Published on May 29, 2018
  • Learn how to replace an intake manifold and intake manifold gaskets in your car or truck. I am upgrading my intake manifold from a non PI intake to a PI performance intake which will hopefully add some Horsepower and Torque! I also show you how to install a water pump, and how to tap the intake port for a coolant temperature sensor.
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  • Martin Jurča
    Martin Jurča Year ago +3700

    I really admire the work you put in all the videos. I check for your new videos almost daily and always wonder what takes you so long. Everytime I see the new video I'm like "okay, this was worth waiting". The work you have to put in repairing the car and in addition to that, the work you have to put in moving and placing the camera so every bolt you touch is visible for the viewer and finally editing the video the way you do it (every transition, every splitscreen, all the bolts to mark and these things you do with graphs) must take hours and hours. I really appreciate it and hope that you'll keep doing such a great videos. Even though I don't even have a car, I always enjoy your videos, so one day I buy myself a car, i can do it at home just because of you. Thank you!

    • Justin Neal
      Justin Neal Month ago

      Exactly, he makes everything presentable and easy to learn, no nonsense and bad camera angles, really inspired me to learn more and work on my own vehicle.

    • ok k
      ok k 2 months ago

      Ooo šta ima

    • It's Ace Havoc
      It's Ace Havoc 2 months ago

      Martin Jurča , what you said is the same exact way I feel whenever I watch one of these videos

    • Dawn Tevyaw
      Dawn Tevyaw 3 months ago

      Martin Jurča me to

    • Spajalica
      Spajalica 6 months ago

      Ooo Balkanac pa sta ima brate

  • Schaeffer family Schaeffer

    Cool

  • TwokindsFan1
    TwokindsFan1 7 hours ago

    20:29 *W O A H*

  • Dat Guy
    Dat Guy 10 hours ago

    Nice u have now antilag/backfire

  • Jonatan Jasiel Reyes Tapia

    Hope one day i can see how you install a turbo haha

  • Jay Damm
    Jay Damm Day ago +1

    Btw I subscribed and turned on notifications

  • Edwin Frank
    Edwin Frank Day ago +1

    Pipe thread taps shouldn't be bottomed out. :(

  • Dawid Mikan
    Dawid Mikan Day ago

    Bro... it's been one year, where is the throttle body replacement

  • Jefferson's Toy Play And Racing Show

    You have a pet?

  • phatcowboy76
    phatcowboy76 2 days ago

    Hey Chris what kind of dog is Cooper? I know this is a year later but I'm curious. I know, this is so not related to the video.

  • Rathangapani Chattopadhyay

    U r awesome.

  • John A
    John A 2 days ago +1

    I couldn't button it back up without cleaning out the scungy valley.

  • Kacper Zdrojewski
    Kacper Zdrojewski 3 days ago

    Your dog stood up and took a big fat damn look at your engine bay and he probably saw the crack in your intake manifold

  • vector150
    vector150 3 days ago

    Omg Chris you should have port matched those heads and intakes. That was painful to watch lol

  • steve honeybadger
    steve honeybadger 3 days ago

    How did you take it to the dyno if it was leaking so badly

  • Alex Nunley
    Alex Nunley 3 days ago

    3:58
    Liked for the doodle

  • ARandomPerson PP
    ARandomPerson PP 4 days ago

    why did it lose power from the exhaust video?

  • Lacsap3366
    Lacsap3366 5 days ago

    I really like your videos and the effort you put in it.
    But I always ask myself the question: How do you got so much knowledge about cars and how do you keep track where everything goes in?
    Are you working as a professional mechanic or is this just a hobby?

  • Joshua F
    Joshua F 5 days ago +5

    0:30
    "and also we're losing alotta coolant which can destroy the engine"

    *leaves engine running when he shows the new intake*

  • stanley may
    stanley may 5 days ago +1

    One of the complicated video from Chris Fix

  • CZ/SK Letsplayer
    CZ/SK Letsplayer 5 days ago

    and that throtle body video? :)

  • Strumptavian Roboclick
    Strumptavian Roboclick 5 days ago +1

    wouldn't your cracked manifold throw off your dyno readings??

    • Fox !
      Fox ! 18 hours ago

      Strumptavian Roboclick no, it was just losing coolant

  • Aaron Goodhart
    Aaron Goodhart 5 days ago +2

    16:21 isnt the screwdriver end already magnetic?

  • Darryl Barnes
    Darryl Barnes 5 days ago

    I'm surprised a Mustang doesn't have more HP.

    • Fox !
      Fox ! 18 hours ago

      Darryl Barnes emissions

  • Joe
    Joe 6 days ago

    mo powa baby!

  • wee kills
    wee kills 6 days ago +1

    كس اختك

  • wee kills
    wee kills 6 days ago +1

    Hallo

  • Avery Tuma
    Avery Tuma 7 days ago

    His drift car 📯🔥

  • Hudson Van Amburg
    Hudson Van Amburg 7 days ago

    When are you going to install the throttle body?

  • Dirt Smoothie
    Dirt Smoothie 7 days ago

    Chris did u poke a hole in ur stock intake just so u could get a new one

  • Kend Harley O. Adanza

    Wait.....this is just a question......can someone give me a video that the time he first remove the positive thing in battery? I mean the only positive thing in the battery he will remove...

  • gilmour73
    gilmour73 7 days ago

    When doing pipe threads, you only go 3/4 of the way up the tap. If you go all the way, it won't seal properly.

  • Dillon Thomas
    Dillon Thomas 8 days ago

    Cooper

  • Batpony Brony2456
    Batpony Brony2456 8 days ago

    Dat fire out of the exhaust tho UwU 🤤

  • Riley Baumbarger
    Riley Baumbarger 8 days ago

    His doggo is a very good boy. 11/10 good boy

  • jules bailey
    jules bailey 8 days ago

    I’m full of admiration for u dude. Makes me wonder where you got all your knowledge from

  • Miko Akolahti
    Miko Akolahti 8 days ago

    I think that ur mustang with the stock intake you could make alomust an 200 hp coz when ur on the road and drive you in take takes more air in and forces air in the engin thus procdusing more hp

  • dntlss
    dntlss 8 days ago

    Excellent video as usual, a couple of things if i may add,older 4.6s had a longer snout water pump,the newer ones have a shorter pump,that first water pump you bought is actually much better than the other stock one you picked up,all you have to do to get that one to work (the longer one) is to replace the pulley, the reason the pump is better is because it has a sealed impeller (the ring attached to it) vs the open impeller of the old design, no biggie,it still works.

    On the water pump o ring they just recommend putting a little coolant on it since coolant is oily it works in helping the new seal slide into the housing but if you have some of that "gunk on a brush" that works too, i say this for the guys that dont have any grease they can get by by using fresh coolant and last but not least, since you had the water pump out you should had replaced that nipple instead of just the o rings,those new black nipples (no jokes here,lol) are real nice and not all corroded and nasty like the old ones, just pop the old one out and hammer in the new one and your done, i have probably done a dozen of these intakes for myself and friends so I'm no stranger to them,excellent video Chris and the quality is second to none,you are truly the best.

  • George Paul
    George Paul 9 days ago

    Love the video bro, awesome and direct ‼️💪🏾 I’m currently doing the same thing to my sn95 and this just HELPED ME TONS 🙌🏽

  • Raging Jesuit
    Raging Jesuit 9 days ago

    Good. !

  • DasMahShiii Boi
    DasMahShiii Boi 10 days ago

    Maybe someone in the comments will know this but, if you install a performance intake or short ram intake, would you wanna upgrade your intake manifold too?

  • David Darby
    David Darby 10 days ago

    ChrisFix, your videos used to be so good and relateable. Too bad your new videos have gone beyond the abilities of the average DIY'er. Time to move on.

    • ifgezroxy
      ifgezroxy 9 days ago

      These are still very doable by yourself. These videos are used as a reference, and show the process so you know the theory of this project.

  • Rad Richy
    Rad Richy 11 days ago

    Wish you had a 350z lol fucken chris your a beast✊

  • Mr. Joe
    Mr. Joe 11 days ago

    It be nice if you did a manifold job showing how to on a old truck like a 1979 Ford F-150 and place a 2 carb on a 351m engine and show how to hook up the fuel lines and how to hook everything up on the intake manifold it be really useful for me and I bet others who have old vehicles wanting a dual carb setup and has a 351m engine or the predecessors of it.

  • EZ-Mouse
    EZ-Mouse 12 days ago

    3:58 hey guys, DogFix here!

  • Sawyer Bennett
    Sawyer Bennett 12 days ago

    Still gutless tho 😂 very good video can’t wait for what you do to the car next

  • 30minforasn
    30minforasn 12 days ago

    If im doing any kind of aftermarket work and if it dont fit im not going to install it. Not going to do any more modifications to make an aftermarket part fit. That smells like trouble.

  • MrCalifornia1234
    MrCalifornia1234 12 days ago

    Nice work!! For my preventative maintenance I just buy a Toyota instead of a Ford.

  • Agamer
    Agamer 12 days ago

    That sound 😍

  • Ethan Galey
    Ethan Galey 12 days ago

    They started adding another chemical to it to make it nasty

  • Humberto Herrera Guerrero

    Is the perfomance intake you bought the "same" one from the 02 explorer 4.6 ?

  • Alan OFFICIAL Al
    Alan OFFICIAL Al 13 days ago

    What do you do with the old parts you swapped out?

  • C- Dog
    C- Dog 13 days ago

    How'd you dyno it with that coolant leak?

  • nsidenoutYeeT
    nsidenoutYeeT 13 days ago

    Might as well do and engine swap😂

  • Mohammad
    Mohammad 15 days ago

    20:29 did everyone see that flame :)

  • Sneakerheadzzz
    Sneakerheadzzz 15 days ago

    But where’s your throttle body video?

  • Fsilone
    Fsilone 15 days ago

    I was siphoning my overflow tank the other day during a coolant flush, and I got a couple drops on the tip of my tongue. Turns out, they add bittering agents to coolant now; the taste was horrific, and I was trying to spit it off for about 10 minutes. 0/10, would not recommend.

  • rocketboyJV
    rocketboyJV 15 days ago

    As far as I'm concerned... all that thread locker you always put on your bolts is just extra weight

  • Bobby Brown
    Bobby Brown 17 days ago

    Thats a lot of horses

  • Sean Mingletats
    Sean Mingletats 18 days ago

    Wooder

  • Typical Viktor
    Typical Viktor 18 days ago +1

    who else got this reccomended even tho ur subscribed and watched this video😂

  • james the killer
    james the killer 18 days ago

    Chris that a nice rpm interested sorry if I spell it wrong but why there a fire on last run on the mustang?

  • Chichipher
    Chichipher 19 days ago

    Coolant was just Gatorade

  • Campbell Владимир Путин !

    11:57 lmao i actually blew air out of my mouth hahahahaha wanted to remove those particles

  • frankystien03
    frankystien03 20 days ago

    Your dogs a good actor!!

  • apb38
    apb38 20 days ago

    You make the work look so easy I'm disgusted with myself.

  • Bryan Thunders
    Bryan Thunders 21 day ago

    I need help does any one know if this intake Chris posted in the description would fit a 2009 Ford Crown Victoria 4.6L V8? Can't seem to find any "performance" intakes for my specific car

  • James Tran
    James Tran 23 days ago

    Does these modifications only work for the mustangs, cause I want my dream car (Supra) to be a drift/racing car

  • gamer pro
    gamer pro 23 days ago

    You are profesional

  • Johnothan Crook
    Johnothan Crook 23 days ago

    Hey Chris did you eventually install that performance throttle body that you mentioned in the video?