Throttle body????

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  1. White noise

    White noise Gold Member

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    What's the verdict on the MM 95MM throttle body ... I know on my old car it made a huge difference hot the car responded but I also do not believe they give you HP but do believe everything works in unison and that each part helps the other to perform so .... how is it on the CAT???
     
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    rayzazoo DRIVESRT.COM Gold Supporting Member

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    I think TopCat summed it up best: 95mm Throttle Body

    The stock 90mm is plenty and doesn't require tweaking; especially when you consider the 74mm bypass throttle body and part throttle driveability issues.
     
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    thank you buddy ... yeah I found a couple of post and seems that its not needed and it seemed no one is really running them and they are hauling ass .... so I guess I will add that $500 to my 3.09 gear swap ....
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    The 3.09 gear swap will be infinitely better than the Tbody
     
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    I posted this before. I sent mine in to fastman and he bored, port, polished, changed the shaft small. So 95mm but WOT 98.5mm for $260. which is worth it. You will still have to go get it tuned or it will throw codes and put it in limp mode. If you send it in be ready to wait 2-3 weeks turn around. My tuner said stay away from after market TB. you can check it out here
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    The "Bigger is Better Theory" is always an evil temptation but proper TB sizing does not work this way. All you need to do is match your motors air requirements. Once your motors needs are met going bigger than necessary is not going to give you anything extra.
     
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