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Old 09-04-2006, 02:33 PM
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Should I just get a tb or the whole D%#$ thing?
 
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Old 09-04-2006, 02:45 PM
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Neither. Do head work.
 
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the whole thing.
 
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both.
 
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Not satisfied with the Y8 manifold chim?
 
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^ have a S2 mani and TB. satisfied with both.
 
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I just want to upgrade. If i went up to just a 62mm tb, am I looking a small or decsent gain?
 
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gain will be like 1hp with both...if that. the biggest gain you will see is throttle response, which will feel like bottom end tq and power.

i like kedawei's suggestion. you will see both a poewr increase and a response increase with headwork. a good PnP job, 3 angle valve grind, and maybe a good aftermarket cam/valvetrain to top it off could net you up to 20hp at the wheels.
 

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