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Currently have the Standard Rotofab Intake, but on the fence with the Big Gulp.
For those that have had both, what are the gains "if any" switching between the two.

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Rotofab, DSX Lid, NW103, Kong Regular Ported Blower and Snout, 2.3 upper, SW Catless Full Exgaust and WEAPON-X Chiller.
654whp & 703tq on 93. Did squeeze 675whp out if it, but like playing it on the safe side before pulling 2 degrees of timing back out for those final numbers. It's not a max effort car at all, but still want solid numbers for a FBO car only.
MM Wild Catch can being installed later this week hopefully.
 

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wont see much gains with it at that power level . Not worth it imo . once you do bigger blower or are pushing 750-800 id consider it
 
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wont see much gains with it at that power level . Not worth it imo . once you do bigger blower or are pushing 750-800 id consider it
See I've been told both ways, since I'm ported and running a larger TB. Do plan on a 2650 down the road but that'll be after I swap the current supercharger over to my Yukon.
 

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Roto-fab themselves say that there is nothing to be gained with BG (on top of standard) unlesss exceeding 650-700whp. Basically if you're stock, you'll see the same exact level of gain with either (comparing both WITH a tune), but if you throw on some supporting mods (porting, pulley, etc) might as well go to the BG.

I went standard, for ease of swapping back to stock for smog checks. CA problem lol
 
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