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    Post by dizzzzum on Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:23 pm

    Alot of turbo 1g guys and gals out there like to switch there throttle body to a n/t throttle body because the n/t throttle body is bigger on the inlet size rather than having a 45 degree and smaller inlet. The advantages would obv. Be that alor more air can be let into the intake manifold better than the stock turbo t.b. I will post the pics up tomorrow of the differences.


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