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post #9 of (permalink) Old 01-04-2011
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Originally Posted by Redlyr View Post
On 94-98's for sure.
99-04's are 63mm at the inlet.

I personally would return the throttle body and use that $250 on something else since it is an expensive paperweight. The only thing you will gain is a marginal increase in throttle response unless you are extremely modified (600whp+)
See? Thats what I thought... I know I have 56mm stock, but I thought you New Edges had something larger. And the OP stated he had an '01 :p

But, we are all having this discussion... and I think the OP has already tuned out. LOL Either way -- we all say keep the stock MAF.

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