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Will this work on the Mazdas as well?
http://www.macperformance.com/store...&Product_ID=348
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Link won't work. What's the product number?
Most Ford engine stuff should work, as the differances are mostly in bodywork.
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If its the same engine. Yes..
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Link won't work. What's the product number?
Most Ford engine stuff should work, as the differances are mostly in bodywork.

98-03 Ford Ranger 3.0 V6
Part Number: 3680
Price: 159.50

Description: Retains all emission controls. Comes complete with hardware and a reusable Hi-Flow air filter.

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It should, as the engines are completely the same. You may want to ask the techs at MAC just to verify, but I'm 99% sure it will work.
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Is that a reasonable price? How much "extra power" will I get approximately?
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In terms of price, I'd say MAC is one of the best. Mine fits like a glove, and was $100 less than it's nearest competitor. Nicely engineered with good quality polished metal.

For performance, you may pick up 3-4 HP. They usually say around 5% for an intake, 5% for exhaust. You will notice the engine revs faster, with good high end accelaration. Don't expect to be blown from your seat.
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