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I will start. What I do is put a sturdy soft rod of some sort into the intake. I like a prybar with rubber hose slid over it. Then while prying tap on the intake with a dead blow hammer.
 

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thats pretty much exactly what i did i put the end of a long socket wrench under the front of the intake manifold and as i pried up on it i had sum1 go around and hit the sides of the intake manifold with a rubber mallet until it gave me sum movement then i just worked it out
 
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