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Old 04-17-2005, 06:01 PM   #1
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Throttlebody & Plen. Qest.

IM about to buy the Accufab 75mm TB & P, is there any other things that is necessary to get with it when i get it.
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dont think you need anything else. ive heard of some pretty good gains out of this.
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Old 04-17-2005, 06:31 PM   #3
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thanks, ya im hoping theres a nice gain and its completely polished, so it will match me intake
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The accufab intake is made for a 70mm tbody, not a 75mm, also the Mac Polished intake is a lot less expensive and made to accomodate the 75mm tbody, with a much better design for performance. The accufab intake looks like a stock intake plenum which has been ported and polished on the outside. I have one of those, and it works quite well with a 70mm Mac tbody.
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Old 05-04-2005, 02:50 PM   #5
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comes assemblied already and looks better than the "rounded" look i think.
*Large openings that accept 70 or 75mm TB without modification
*Dyno-tuned plenum which elimates the need for an intake spacer
*Direct-Replacement needing no modifications
*Raised and Recontoured Runner for better airflow and consistent volume throughout plenum
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even though they say ya dont need a spacer getting one will boost your tq a bit.
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Old 05-05-2005, 02:06 PM   #7
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ya i figured a spacer would, i was thinkin about getting one of them also.
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i just ordered it, so i got another question. my friend is tellin me i have to take it to a dyno shop or something like that and get it tuned, is this true?
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The throttle position sensor should regulate your idle, with no adjustment, dont' think you can adjust it, if it isn't working properly the sensor could be bad. Personally I think the accufab stuff is way over priced, but it does look good if that is what you want. I look for performance, low price and if it looks good, that is good too. Last priority though.
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im satisfied with it
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i just ordered it, so i got another question. my friend is tellin me i have to take it to a dyno shop or something like that and get it tuned, is this true?
That would be a no. Just bolt it on and go. Dont be alarmed they whistle at ya when ya put gass to them.
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