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Old 04-26-2013, 09:31 AM   #1
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I have 200$ now to spend so undecided on 75mm TB or 3:73 gears..what do you guys think? And also would it benefit any if I bumped my timing?
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Gears. But that's gonna cost more than $200 for parts and labor.
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If you can install gears then go ahead and get those
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Gears gears gears gears gears gears gears gears.

And then another $75 or whatever it costs for the speedcal...

Also from your pic I'm assuming you have a 94/95, why in hell would you get a 75mm TB when the intlet opening of the stock intake is only 70mm?

edit: Yeah you'll pick up a little power bumping your timing to 14 degrees but you will need to run premium gas.
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:45 PM   #7
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I planned on getting another intake in a couple months
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I planned on getting another intake in a couple months
I have a 75mm TB but when I had my intake ported and polished I had the inlet ported out to 75mm to match the throttle body !!
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Def gears, no power gain, but it will feel like it.
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whats done to the motor to see if the 75mm is even needed?

Ive got a 70mm on my 89 and a 65mm would still prally do just fine, was just on it when I bought it. Bigger isnt always better.
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