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hey everyone
ive been looking at an accufab 70mm tb/plenum combo but i just started looking at the dragons because i heard good things about them...will my mildly modified gt benefit from a 75mm tb/plenum combo from dragon?

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If you're not planning on a power adder like a supercharger then stick with the 70mm TB.
 

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i am going to get a kenne bell 2.1L eventually but not for a year or so...should i still stick with the 70mm? im planning on getting a new tune once i get the tb/plenum also
 

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Dragon 75 MM TB

I think it will a little. I don't have any dyno numbers, but with the few bolt on's I have running a best of 13.8. Next time I go to track I'm going to try the factory 65mm TB on my Dragon Plenum to see just what the differance would be in ET.

Dave
01 GT Vert. Auto.
3.73 gears
Dragon Plenum
Dragon 75 MM TB
Flowmaster "50" Catback
SCT X2 With custom tune from VMP
CAI
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ive always heard that a mildly modified car would not benefit from a 75mm tb and plenum
 

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Ya unless your are putting in some forced induction, 75mm is way too big. Ive heard people losing power particularly on the low end. But as you said you were.
 
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