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Old 03-26-2015, 11:46 AM   #1
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Throttle body and plenum

Is it really worth it to get a 70mm throttle body and aftermarket plenum? Will it make that big of a difference


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It is but I'd go 75mm and once you get a tune on the car it will help even more once you get more air flowing into the engine and can actually use it. The plenum is going help the most because the stock one was restrictive.


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I've got a 75mm dragon plenum with a stock TB (came with the car when I bought it) idk how well it does with adding power but it sounds awesome at the start of every gear. The sound alone I think is worth it.


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Is it really worth it to get a 70mm throttle body and aftermarket plenum? Will it make that big of a difference


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Yes, and op is rite, go 75mm..here is everything u wanna know in a nutshell.... 1996 - 2004: Beginner's guide to bolting-on power gains

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