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Old 03-12-2015, 10:36 AM   #1
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So I have a 94 gt automatic that is stock except for exhaust and air intake my next mods I plan to get are larger throttle body shortie headers o/r mid-pipe and new gears. But I wanted to know is it worth it to get a larger throttle body if so what size. And should I get x or h pipes? And what size gears should I get 4.10 or bigger? And also are there any other mods that I should look into. I would like to keep it naturally aspirated.


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Throttle body is a waste of money as long as you have the stock heads, so is replacing the maf. Next up is probably gears and a shift kit and a tune honestly. After the headers and mid pipe anyway. Lontubes are best. X vs H is all personal preference.

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Throttle body is a waste of money as long as you have the stock heads, so is replacing the maf. Next up is probably gears and a shift kit and a tune honestly. After the headers and mid pipe anyway. Lontubes are best. X vs H is all personal preference.

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Do they make long tubes for automatics I am having a hard time finding some.


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MACs are said to clear, I never had the opportunity to test that out myself. Search around and see. If not... sadly the best shorties for the 94/95 have been OOP since the mid 2000s which were the 94/95 specific FRPP Stainless Ceramic ones. They are only for the fox now. You can use the fox headers if you use a fox mid pipe and delete the EGR tho.

Another solution is to just run an On3 turbo kit lol.
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