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Old 12-30-2013, 03:45 AM   #106
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How much hp/tq do you think this will add?

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I wanna know who, if anyone, told you to go with a 90mm tb in the first place lol.

I remember many people, myself included, saying 70mm and maybe 75mm max since you're staying NA. Even with my 70MM throttle body and mostly stock I was running a little lean.


And as far as when you switch to a 75MM there being "slack" there shouldn't be. The throttle body should be the same dimensions length wise as the 90mm but the inlet will just be more narrow. You shouldn't have any problems doing a swap.
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The website I bought it from.

-__________-

I needed a new intake manifold cause mine cracked. So I looked and found. Then it had 3 little drop down menus,

Edelbrock fuel rail kit

Low or ultra low elbow

And.... ::drumroll::

Accufab 90mm throttle body.


I was all like, "derp derp derp! Ok!"

Bought it all. Gave to a shop. Told them to make it work. They did.

Here I am. FML...

That actually is a perfect combo right there. But all 3 of of those are designed for running bigger power than you are.
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That actually is a perfect combo right there. But all 3 of of those are designed for running bigger power than you are.

+1.

Get a nice blower and forge the bottom end.
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Old 12-31-2013, 02:34 PM   #109
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I stumbled upon this if you can't find a throttle body to fit. http://modularmustangracing.com.temp...?pid=482&cid=1
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Lmao. Y'all are funnyyyyyyyy.

Mike. I'll check that out when I'm at a computer. Thanks man!


Another issue just popped up.


P1506

My IAC is custom.....
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