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Old 02-11-2013, 06:28 AM   #1
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Question Throttle body

Not an engine guru here...What does an aftermarket throttle body do for a car?
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Makes them look cooler, I'd put that money toward more useful mods
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It allows more airflow. It is a complimentary mod. If should be on of the last mods after headers, intake and some sort of manifold/cam combo. Then the added flow will be more useful.

Again, it isn't a magic mod, but it is a complimentary mod for cammed cars. On cars without cams, or a manifold or heads even, the TB will give you minimal, unnoticeable gains.
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^^ What he said
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