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Old 07-06-2012, 12:55 PM   #1
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TB&plenum.

What the best throttle body and plenum combo and size is best for slightly modded GT

CAI and cat back exhaust

Future: full exhaust gears and tune
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Re: TB&plenum.

I got the trick flow plenium and ford racing TB 75mm and I love it...
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Have trick flow with k&n cold air intake and is very responsive
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2000 gt (cobra clone) k&n cold air intake, trick flow intake and throttle body, 4.6 npi block w/ pi top end, full magnaflow exhaust w/ cat delete, hotchkis suspension, cobra calipers w/ slotted rotors, 18 in svt rims
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Re: TB&plenum.

what I said above along with trick flow heads CNC ported, bigges energy comp cam for modular engines, dyno tune, all the bolts ons pretty much other then the intake. 2800 stall....shortier rods as well ordering charger here soon
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What the best throttle body and plenum combo and size is best for slightly modded GT

CAI and cat back exhaust

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I don't think you can wrong with any of the TB & Plenum set ups. As far as throttle body size goes, I wouldn't go any bigger then a 70MM. Anything bigger then that is just to much air the ECU can't compensate & won't make any more power.

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I have a 70MM an throttle response is great
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I don't think you can wrong with any of the TB & Plenum set ups. As far as throttle body size goes, I wouldn't go any bigger then a 70MM. Anything bigger then that is just to much air the ECU can't compensate & won't make any more power.

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Even with the setup I have and dyno tuned?
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Re: TB&plenum.

I agree with Dan but for a different reason. Dont go any bigger than 70mm. Its not just about how much air you can get in, its also about velocity. The motor can only suck so much air. And if you make the pipe bigger all you do is slow the air down. Without velocity the motor will lose low end torque
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I have the Accufab TB and Plenum. VERY HAPPY!!!!
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80 mm bbk throttle intake
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:26 AM   #14
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What's stock size
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I think it's like 56mm. Someone correct me if that's not right.
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Just making sure. Anyone have stack racing 70mm tb and stack raving plenum? Or heard anything from them?
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