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Old 01-13-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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What TB/Plenum Combo U Run ?

just curious to see what combo's you guys are running
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Stock lol. Next month plan on purchasing trick flow plenum and prob SR TB.
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Stock lol. Next month plan on purchasing trick flow plenum and prob SR TB.
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75 mm c&l tb and plenum
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75 mm c&l tb and plenum
where did u buy the c&l tb ? i saw the plenum on cnlperformance but i didnt see the tb
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I'm running the trickflow throttle body and plenum
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where did u buy the c&l tb ? i saw the plenum on cnlperformance but i didnt see the tb
Idk either lol its been a long time however if i could id get the accufab tb/plenum setup prerty worth while
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I'm running the trickflow throttle body and plenum
was it an easy install with those? ive been leaning towards the trick flow combo on summitracing . and how does ur car run with that combo ?
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Professional Products 70 mm TB and upper plenum (Pro Products and TrickFlow TBs and plenums are the same):



The stock plenum is the weak link, a 70 mm TB and any aftermarket plenum is all the 4.6L 2V requires to get all the air it needs--read more about that here...
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Professional Products 70 mm TB and upper plenum (Pro Products and TrickFlow TBs and plenums are the same):

The stock plenum is the weak link, a 70 mm TB and any aftermarket plenum is all the 4.6L 2V requires to get all the air it needs--read more about that here...
where did u buy them ?
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where did u buy them ?
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Accufab 70mm combo
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Trickflow 70mm throttle body and upper plenum



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was it an easy install with those? ive been leaning towards the trick flow combo on summitracing . and how does ur car run with that combo ?
My car runs real good with it, I'm very pleased with the combo. The install was very straightforward and easy, no real snags I can complain about
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where did u buy them ?
Lmr sells professional products

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Old 01-19-2013, 07:40 AM   #16
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I'm using the BBK 78mm throttle intake.
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I'm using the BBK 78mm throttle intake.
Same here..may be more than it needs but configural is in my future and I will benefit from it then.
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I'm using the BBK 78mm throttle intake.
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I run Accufab 75mm throttle and plenum.
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I am running accufab plenum and ford racing 75mm.

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