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Old 03-06-2015, 07:00 PM   #36
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Lol I'm not going to search through countless threads either to prove you wrong. You must be a mechanic or a tuner of some sort so maybe you know what you are talking about. I find the throttle body a good mod and I don't regret it. And yea I don't plan on putting my car on the dyno till my procharger comes around.


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Can we see a zoomed out pic of this on ?


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Glad to see this getting some light. I'm still working on getting a dyno on these. But the selling point of these shouldn't be big gains in hp and tq. It should be drivability. The fun factor gains most by the responsiveness of the throttle
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It has to do with volumetric efficiency and how much air the 3.7 can actually take in and use. 80mm ain't doin anything for this motor really in street trim.


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