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Old 01-11-2013, 05:04 AM   #1
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What would happen if I drove the car without the intake on? Not the manifold obviously. But the part coming out of it?
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What would happen if I drove the car without the intake on? Not the manifold obviously. But the part coming out of it?
Are you talking about the throttle body?? That would be a big no no because dirt will easily get inside of your engine and destroy it.
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Are you talking about the throttle body?? That would be a big no no because dirt will easily get inside of your engine and destroy it.
Oh okay I was just checking lol cause idk just a random question lol
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Oh okay I was just checking lol cause idk just a random question lol
I completey understand haha I've always been told that there is no such thing as a stupid question.
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There are never stupid questions, but there are not so bright ideas!
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Philosophically, there are definitely stupid questions.
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Philosophically, there are definitely stupid questions.
I guess your right.

Example.
"How do I add VTECH to my mustang"
Ill have to find the youtube video I read that on.
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I guess your right.

Example.
"How do I add VTECH to my mustang"
Ill have to find the youtube video I read that on.
Yeah there are a lot of dumb questions.
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I guess your right.

Example.
"How do I add VTECH to my mustang"
Ill have to find the youtube video I read that on.
Well seeing how ford uses variable timing on the new v6 i guess that question was answered lol
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Well seeing how ford uses variable timing on the new v6 i guess that question was answered lol
Lol... vtec kicked in yo:p
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We got v-tech the whole time;p
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