Yeah you are incorrect on all accounts. The sedan manifold is better flowing than the Coupe.Why? It's been stated by hyundai that part of the difference in power between the sedan and coupe is because of intake manifold design.
ei. the coupe manifold makes more power. IDK if that's actual fact or not, other than hyundai saying so.
Just simply stating "better flow" doesn't really describe much.Yeah you are incorrect on all accounts. The sedan manifold is better flowing than the Coupe.
Can you please remove yourself from this thread. This has nothing to do with answering my question. Clearly you don't know anything. I just want my question answered. I miss the Z community so much. This forum is such a shellJust simply stating "better flow" doesn't really describe much.Yeah you are incorrect on all accounts. The sedan manifold is better flowing than the Coupe.
runner lengths, plenum volume, amount of turbulence ect, makes all the difference
edit: thought this was the 2010-2012 forum.
On that note, from 10 min of searching online the 2016 3.8 coupe is listed with 348hp, 2015 sedan as 311hp.
If you are comparing the g80 from hyundai's site, that the 5.0 v8 numbers if I read right. there are no specs that I can find for the g80 3.8
and IIRC they were going to switch (if they haven't already. haven't been keeping with genesis news past 2014) to a 3.3tt
2016 Hyundai Genesis coupe | Features and Specs | Car and Driver
List your sources.
I asked you a question, you answered that I was wrong. I list reasons and sources, that I was right.Can you please remove yourself from this thread. This has nothing to do with answering my question. Clearly you don't know anything. I just want my question answered. I miss the Z community so much. This forum is such a shell
for the diagram, they list 2 intake styles. (pictures below diagram)
Yes, one for the MPI motor and one for GDI but I suspect since they share a common base part number they are probably identical or close to it. OP will probably have to wait for either @Tuffbuffalooo or @Snoopy0812 to confirm which one is which or if it even matters since I don't think it's mentioned in that thread other than that it's from a 2013-2014 car.
lIt's not right. The lower manifolds are not the same. The MPI lower manifold has holes for fuel injectors to plug in. The GDI lower manifold, obviously, does not have holes for injectors since it's a direct injection engine.
There are still a lot of questions about the plastic intake manifolds. Presently, we know the GDI sedan manifold bolts on to the GDI coupe engine. That's enough to answer the OP's question:
bswanny, the plastic upper intake manifold from a 2013-2016 "DH" Genesis Sedan will bolt right on to the lower intake manifold from a 2013-2016 "BK2" Genesis Coupe. This will move the throttle-body, so you'll have to do some fabrication to make your intake reach.
The bigger question for me, that hasn't been answered yet, is if the plastic upper intake from a 2013-2016 DH Genesis Sedan wioll bolt onto the plastic lower intake from a 2009-2012 "BH" Genesis Sedan. If that turns out to be true then 2010-2012 "BK1" Genesis Coupes could also use the superior plastic intake manifold from the DH sedan.
Yes, if you want to take full advantage of the manifold then additional electrical work is needed to drive the solenoid that makes the variable-geometry mechanism work. I'm not sure anyone has gotten that done yet.l
Do you know if there is additional electrical work needed?
I remember this being your suggestion over in Tuff Buffaloo's "All Motor 3.8" thread where he was detailing his plastic manifold conversion. I know this is a 100% functional setup on your nitrous rig, I just didn't think anyone has actively used it to run the variable geometry mechanism on a sedan manifold yet.RPM switch.Signal pulled by a MSD GMR .
MSD GMR Is how I get my RPM signal to run my NX nitrous controller's multi functions .Very easy to use .