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Old 01-23-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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Am looking at getting a new throttle body but not sure if i should go 65 or 70mm i have a 94 5.0 with h pipe and mufflers, CAI, also getting pullies at the same time plans are to do a lot to the car over time. But is 70 to large or is this something i should buy now and then upgrade later again. Any suggestions would be great!
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Am looking at getting a new throttle body but not sure if i should go 65 or 70mm i have a 94 5.0 with h pipe and mufflers, CAI, also getting pullies at the same time plans are to do a lot to the car over time. But is 70 to large or is this something i should buy now and then upgrade later again. Any suggestions would be great!
Are you planning on doing FI later on down the road?.. Is so then go bigger!.. If not then 70mm will be just fine!...
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When u say fI do u mean fuel injectors
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he means forced induction
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he means forced induction
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Am looking at getting a new throttle body but not sure if i should go 65 or 70mm i have a 94 5.0 with h pipe and mufflers, CAI, also getting pullies at the same time plans are to do a lot to the car over time. But is 70 to large or is this something i should buy now and then upgrade later again. Any suggestions would be great!
A 65 or a 70 would work nice for what u have but if u have future pland I would go with a 70mm unless u plan on forced induction
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70mm is perfect
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70mm is perfect
Go 70 its what I have on my 95 gt
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I guess i am afraid that i would lose power with having the 70 on it with not a lot done to the car yet!
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A 70mm will not net you any more, nore will it net you any less, than a 65mm on a NA motor (Naturally Aspirated Motor)!... But a 70mm will net you more than a 65mm on a FI motor (Forced Induction Motor)!..

Personally I would go with the 70mm!..
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