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post #1 of 25 Old 04-03-2003, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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Twin Throttle Bodies

Dudes,

Was reading my Hot4s mag the other day, and read the interesting article about Mr Excel's Excel (well duhh) anyways....was wondering how much extra power the Twin throttle bodies would give?

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

im sure it would make a noticable improvment. its a md i will be for sure doing to my next ride..
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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

Depends on who you talk to. Hve apparently spent considerable time doing this and didnt get any significant gains over just using an enlarged TB. Best ask Bretton as he knows more as he was working for them.

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

Coolies..thanks dudes!

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

i still think it will work fine. =D
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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

If you want to read my thoughts on twin throttle bodies, you can always check out.... https://www.hyundaiperformance.com/forums/topic.php?t=22276.

I guess there are some laws of physics that we must all follow.

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

woah...thanks for that... lol

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

I still think it would work. Ill prove you guys wrong one day with my next car =D
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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

im not saying it wouldnt work...as Mr Excel said there was a noticeable gain when he added his twin throttle bodies....i was just asking for your opinons!

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Re: Twin Throttle Bodies

bretton from what your saying it would be best to but like a 62mm Tb or bigger on a alpha then butting 2 44mm TB or 2 54mm TB ?

depends of the rev your engine is getting to no ? i 'm a 54mm on a alpha sohc is not like on a dohc... and if we would modfied a dohc to go over 7000rpm or 8000rpm i don't know....bigger TB or twin TB ..... there it would really make a diffrence no ? cause afther all... N/a mods like Camshaft with big lift means going at higher rpm no ?

just an exemple... of N/a engine the toyota 4AGE 20V 4cyl in line 1.6L Quad TB(stock) 160-180hp(depend on the version) 10.5:1 compression Red line 8800rpm cut-off 9600rpm... uzzled:

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