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Old 07-25-2012, 04:28 PM   #1
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Is a 78mm TB too big? I have a 01 GT with KandN cold air induction, 4.10s, and soon to have a tune. I plan on supercharging, get racing cams, different cylinder heads, etc but not for a while, but was wondering if I should get the 78mm TB and plenium combo. Thx
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Is a 78mm TB too big? I have a 01 GT with KandN cold air induction, 4.10s, and soon to have a tune. I plan on supercharging, get racing cams, different cylinder heads, etc but not for a while, but was wondering if I should get the 78mm TB and plenium combo. Thx
Personally I would save your money untill you can get the cylinder heads and all the other stuff because just a TB alone is basically a waste of money so save your money and get it all together
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Re: question on TB

Get a 70mm and Plenum together

you will feel a difference

No bigger than 70mm
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I just got the 78 combo and it works great haven't driven it much but car seems to like it
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Get a 70mm and Plenum together

you will feel a difference

No bigger than 70mm
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Get a 70mm and Plenum together

you will feel a difference

No bigger than 70mm
Before I got my heads that were fully CNC ported I did this but I used the 75mm and I noticed a difference with no issues. When I got my heads it really made a difference but im also going FI too...
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I'd just wait till you actually supercharged the motor to put a bigger throttle body on and 78.
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I'd just wait till you actually supercharged the motor to put a bigger throttle body on and 78.
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