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Post Is It Bad to Add a Plenum with Stock TB?

I was going to spend a quick 100 Bucks I just got & Was going to get a Plenum but wanted to know if the combination of a Aftermarket Plenum & My stock throttle.body would just result on Negative #'s & Feel.

I was debating on U/D Pulleys or This Plenum I Found on Craigslist


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Dude, do you read any stickies or anything on this site?

For the most part people say the most gain is from the plenum because the stock one is small and restrictive not the TB itself.

Google or use the search function some.


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dude yes lol i just read the one om here but its with plenum & tb combos..

i havent read anyone talk about just plenums..


so now i know yes ?

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I wouldn't even mess with it without doing both. Save a few more bucks and get a 75mm TB.
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