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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-06-2011 Thread Starter
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70 mm on a V6

Just one question I have a 1999 V6 Ford Mustang will a 70mm TB work???
or should I return it for a 65 mm
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You should return the 70mm and keep the stock throttle body. The are nothing but a paper weight.
Unless you are making 500hp+ you gain nothing from them.

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I agree that at a stock to mild modified, you can spend the money better elsewhere....

but... I have a 70mm Accufab, I will post up when I get it on the car.

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it'll ''work'' but you wont make much from it dude. although they do look cleaner than the original stock if you are looking for better look
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dang
well like u said if it looks cooler lol
o well already spent the money
might as well set it up
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and lets see if it works
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post your opinions of tha Pro/and Cons/ of it. do you need a bigget TB for your CAI to work better? would i benifent from 1 sence i have a cdc shaker kit to
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I will I will set up the whole CAI
K&N Spacer and the TB
im gona be flying at 60mph lol
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Im guessing you needed the spacer to fit the tb without the butterfly locking right?

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true and the plan is going to a V8 next couple of years hell this will be my project car
love the thing and gona hang on to it
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