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Old 07-24-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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Udps or tb

Which Should I get? Steeda under drive pulleys or 75mm/78mm tb and plenum?
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Id go tb and the 78mm combo. Thats way it can benefit in the future if you ever decide to boost it.
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I won't ever boost my 2v. I'll do and engine swap or build another car before that. And I don't really want bbk products.
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Then the 75mm sounds like its for you! Lol

The tb will have more of an impact with a tuner
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Which Should I get? Steeda under drive pulleys or 75mm/78mm tb and plenum?
70mm and plenum will wake it up
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I won't ever boost my 2v. I'll do and engine swap or build another car before that. And I don't really want bbk products.
Then you should probably move back a few years to pusbrods. NA modulars are a bit of an effort in futility vs a 351 NA stroker...
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Old 07-24-2013, 08:15 PM   #7
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Well I'm not gonna swap it literally but I just want some more get up with the 2v so I didn't know what would be better pulleys or tb with 93 tune

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I would like to just full bolt on then a small shot of nitrous. But I don't track enough for spray so it'd be just for fun on the streets.
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The problem with Nitrous is once you use it you want the car to feel like that all the time. Modulars need a power adder, plain and simple. And they REALLY shine when they have one.
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Well using it on the street I wouldn't use all that much so really it'd be a waste if money I guess
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You think that till you hit it and are like "whoah!" lol. IMO if you don't want to add forced induction you need to either move up to the new 5.0 or go back to the old 5.0/5.8L.
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