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Old 01-16-2004, 03:54 AM   #1
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A couple of questions

What intake have you guys found to be the best and also anyone with the s/c, did jackson supply and intake or did the location of the tb not move....

Also, has anyone tried the 70mm tb from FC on their car yet and if so what are your opinions about it...


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I dont believe the 70 MM TB is available yet, I could be wrong though. I've not read anything from anyone that has one yet. So my opinion would be if it is worth the money and the gain is there, then it might be a mod to consider. Well see.

The location of the the TB with the JRSC does not move if I'm not mistaken.

I have a question for you, well take that back some. Why are you so interested in the information? Are you looking at stepping up into something faster than your ZX2? Such as maybe a SVTF? Just curious.
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He's got an SVTF motor in his Zx2 and I think he's going/want to supercharge it.
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The 70mm T/B may be too big for the JRSC on top of that the T/B for the zetec and SVT engine are different.

SVT intakes dyno around the same, AEM is fairly common.
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rightn ow the only reason for a throttle body is throttle response.
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