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Old 03-01-2003, 02:55 PM   #1
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When i put the pathfinder throttle body on will the 96 max frankincar midpipe with coupler fit on the 70mm throotle body,or is there a litte bit bigger setup they could give me ,but still fit my stock mass air flow sensor.thanks chris L.
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just change the coupling on the TB side to something slightly bigger
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Has anyone shown there to be any gains to this on a 4th gen? Or are you just experimenting?
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Has anyone shown there to be any gains to this on a 4th gen? Or are you just experimenting?
Well my friend has a honda and even he says even lightly modded b16s gain 5-7 whp with 68 mm tb.60 mm for are sized engine is tiny .There has to be a gain of 3 or 4 horse at the least,we opened are cars up with intakes y-pipes and such but we are still forcing air thru same tiny tb.Even for 2 horse its worth it ,$75 2001 pathfinder tb and i work in a place that makes stuff for boeing,US gov apache parts ,and GE generator division. Spacer is no prob i will make two if your interested Nealoc187. And this might sound stupid but my goals are 12.9 NA.
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I interviewed at a place extrememly similar to that....Are you in Mass? Good luck with the install.
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Well my friend has a honda and even he says even lightly modded b16s gain 5-7 whp with 68 mm tb.60 mm for are sized engine is tiny .There has to be a gain of 3 or 4 horse at the least,we opened are cars up with intakes y-pipes and such but we are still forcing air thru same tiny tb.Even for 2 horse its worth it ,$75 2001 pathfinder tb and i work in a place that makes stuff for boeing,US gov apache parts ,and GE generator division. Spacer is no prob i will make two if your interested Nealoc187. And this might sound stupid but my goals are 12.9 NA.
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