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type r throttle body question

Old 08-Apr-2007, 06:46 PM
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type r throttle body question

Will the type r throttle body fit directly into my b16a1 engine? if so does anyone know where i can get one and how much? thanks.
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Old 08-Apr-2007, 07:36 PM
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it is a direct bolt on. i believe you need something else too. you need to open up the intake where the tb bolts up. you wont notice a difference so dont waste your money, i had one on my b16 and i didnt notice any difference.
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yes it does....but its only 2mm larger than the stock b16 one.
IMO you'd be better off boring your stock one out 4mm.

But do your mods warrant a larger throttle body? Or are you just looking to loose some torque?
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Old 08-Apr-2007, 07:59 PM
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doesn't have much, headers and intake, so i guess its really not worth it then. thanks for the advice
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