For this mild application, we chose a Weiand Stealth intake. The intake swap is a good idea on the weight savings alone, but the intake was also worth extra power. On the dyno, the Weiand intake improved horsepower production by 16 hp, from 349 to 365, but torque production suffered. This is not uncommon on stock intakes, as they were designed to maximize torque production very low in the rev range. The Weiand intake offered as much as 25 hp out past 5,000 rpm, but the cost was a like amount of torque below 3,000 rpm. It all depends on where you want your power production. For a truck application, the low-speed torque offered by the stock intake would be hard to beat, but for any type of performance street application, the additional power offered by the Weiand intake would certainly be welcome.