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Re: Dean & Schu throttle body work
Posted by Dean (more from Dean) on Mon, 02 Oct 2000 09:18:06
In Reply to: Re: Dean & Schu throttle body work, ckpaden, Sat, 30 Sep 2000 21:15:50
The throttle body transition casting comes out in 2 minutes. Very easy to do. Remember to clean it with soap and water if you work in it, prior to refitting. Dress the o-ring with silicone grease.
The throttle body is big enough. We are going from a 2" ID turbo duct system. The trottle body is the least restrictive component of the induction system. One individual on this BB did get hit trottle body mored out, and has a very difficult time with getting idle under control. Don't know if the problem was ever fully fixed up.
So, we are talking about the throttle body transistion casting. Not the throttle body. If you are comfortable filing, grining and sanding, go for it.
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