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Old 04-19-2014, 07:34 PM   #21  
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Post GT500 TB

Originally Posted by Nuke View Post
Wow, a 6 y/o thread resurrected!

Even with your mods, the GT500 TB would not provide any useful gains. The stock TB can handle more flow than a mildly modded engine can use. Would it hurt? No, but I don't think the gain (if any) justifies the expense and, on occasion, trouble.
So would it give me at least a little hp with the compression at 10.34:1? or like your saying nothing at all? cuz in theory I though it would at least make a tiny more Vacuum but I guess I'm wrong. I also wanted to add alil nitrous
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