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post #1 of 67 Old 02-02-2010, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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DIY Throttle Body Radiator Fluid Bypass Decrease AIT Increase HP

figure it out ur self then!

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I really dont think the HP gains here are worth the effort.. the throttle body is going to saturated from the heat of the engine and the engine bay. I dont know just my input.


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Lets put some logic behind your mindless comment! Take out 180degree boiling radiator fluid but leave engine bay temps(120ish while hot) thats a 60degree drop. You also might be the laziest person ever! because all u have to do is use a pliar to disconnect 1side of each hose and connect it to the other connection point. Dumb ass

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Holy shit, that is easy. Thanks Tony.

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ok guys relax no need to jump at each others throats
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can i ask though whats the disadvange like u said i live in texas and effin weather makes me mad. will it just take longer to heat up the car? if so consider this done by tonight lol

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tony are you a qualified auto tech? do you work on cars every day? your statement was way out of line and insulting. Lazy ? I am a flat rate auto Tech lazy is not in my vocabulary. do you really think that by rerouting that hose you drop inlet temp 60 degrees? if you do I really dont know what tell you. I was not mean or insulting my post I just offered my profesional opinion. do you have any dyno runs to back up your mod? why change it if you dont gain anything? It has nothing to do with being lazy you ass monkey.


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Actually on my LT1 I gained 7whp from this alone! and I would suspect on a turbo car the gains would be the same. ALSO Your lazy not to try it before u talk shit about it!

TUFAST please erase his garbage comments off this sticky!

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holy crap guys chill out, I'm scared to post a comment cause i might get slaughtered for my personal input.....

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holy crap guys chill out, I'm scared to post a comment cause i might get slaughtered for my personal input.....
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