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Dammit, Ok I bought the bbtb for my 97 elanta right, we get the thing disconnected from the intake manifold and i find out two tubes are connected to it... i look at the BBTB and it has no where to connect these tubes my fried brad was with me and we disconectec the tubs some water runs out so we quicky grab two golf tee's to seal them up... they work so now i have to go get to sealers tommorrow from a hyundai dealer. ok so we take all that **** off the old throttle kit and compare it too the BBTB BIG!!!!! differance in valve size... so we put in on disscontecing the throllte wire from the old throttle kit and putting it on the BBTB we put everything on except the knocker senser with was located on the old throttle kit which i have to find two small screws for so i can put it back on so i dont see that damn CHECK ENGINE Bs on my insterment panel. so we put all the **** back on and start it up... the car idels very high so we messed with the idel pin. went down nicly but i took it out for a test drive and istead of ideling at 5 MPH i was doing it at 15MPH!!!!!! so **** now i have to take it in for that aswell to get my intake manifold adjusted.....but over all its does add alot of power i like it

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Take one of the two tubes you took off and use it to connect to both holes on the engine, making the fluid do a u turn back into the engine, that's what I did.<img src=icon_smile_sleepy.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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sweet that worked. also fixed that damn Idal. i disccnnected the battery then waited for about 15seconds reconnected it and adjusted the throttle ...it doesnt keep back up to high idal anymore

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