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12-07-2012 08:39 PM
cmajaa I ported the stock throttle body and was very satisfied with the results, much better throttle response off idle without any hesitation.
11-29-2012 08:14 AM
macdiesel
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Originally Posted by StephenElsbree1986 View Post
How far can you port the stock manifold?
I opened mine up to accept the cfm throttle body and its fine.
11-28-2012 07:03 PM
cossieboy
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You are incorrect the larger engine will always get more power gains, within reason not talking about over stroking or putting a 105mm AFM Mustang TB and port matching a mani on a focus or a honda lol... But if you would have a 65mm port matching inlet and tb outlet the 2.0 engine will produce more gains then a 1.6 More air will give you more power proven by your "Force feed it!" Which is why the 2.3 dura will see more gains then the 2.0 dura with the same bolt on....

A zx3 ses/se with a Top Speed Manifold will see more number gain vs a SVT with Top Speed manifold with in the same as a civic being a zx3. You see larger number games from stock. But even as top speed states on there Manifold for NA SVT There Vs. Stock you see a 13whp/9tq gain with just the intake and a CAI. But all this is in relations reason why a SRI/CAI show no gains for us vs the stock box with a drop in filter is because the filter was reducing filtration and the TB/Inlet was restricting the Air flow. IF you where to port the inlet and larger TB you will actualy have a gain with a CAI/SRI. Granted we might be speaking in very little numbers. But it will get more air and produce more power. But I figure you know how a NA engine functions.
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11-28-2012 07:02 PM
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11-28-2012 06:27 PM
StephenElsbree1986 You are incorrect the larger engine will always get more power gains, within reason not talking about over stroking or putting a 105mm AFM Mustang TB and port matching a mani on a focus or a honda lol... But if you would have a 65mm port matching inlet and tb outlet the 2.0 engine will produce more gains then a 1.6 More air will give you more power proven by your "Force feed it!" Which is why the 2.3 dura will see more gains then the 2.0 dura with the same bolt on....

A zx3 ses/se with a Top Speed Manifold will see more number gain vs a SVT with Top Speed manifold with in the same as a civic being a zx3. You see larger number games from stock. But even as top speed states on there Manifold for NA SVT There Vs. Stock you see a 13whp/9tq gain with just the intake and a CAI. But all this is in relations reason why a SRI/CAI show no gains for us vs the stock box with a drop in filter is because the filter was reducing filtration and the TB/Inlet was restricting the Air flow. IF you where to port the inlet and larger TB you will actualy have a gain with a CAI/SRI. Granted we might be speaking in very little numbers. But it will get more air and produce more power. But I figure you know how a NA engine functions.
11-28-2012 04:50 PM
Malpopies relax boys, so far, Honda gets most power for intake upgrades, not Ford.

The point IS, messing with this plastic manifold will only alter it's function. If you belive that scraping off plastic from the manifold or installing a larger bore T-body will give you more power, then god bless and enjoy.

The argument of what size is what is officially closed. 63mm it is.
11-28-2012 04:04 PM
_Auricom_ lolz! hondUH

I say the secret sauce to success is to have dimples lining the walls, from the SRI/CAI to the intake valves. .... many many dimples. ... trust me my frendz... "dimples"

I've patented dis shyte, its myne!!!!!!
11-28-2012 01:28 PM
StephenElsbree1986 If this was a Honda Engine it would get more power....? So only Honda's get more power when they get more air....? The ... Phaq? You don't see how getting more air in the Plastic manifold will give increase power....... Stop trolling, there only three things that give a NA engine it power
11-28-2012 01:17 PM
Malpopies If this was a Honda engine, then porting or tubing would def give more power.
But i just dont see the power from modding this stock plastic forged manifold..

You want more air? Force feed it!
11-28-2012 09:11 AM
StephenElsbree1986 How far can you port the stock manifold?
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