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Old 05-25-2007, 01:42 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a write-up for this? I tried searching but nothing came up :(
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Make Brian Do it. he did it on his 95 :P
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I modified a 97 INTENSE FWI for my 93. I've already been requested to get pics, measurements, and modifications up sometime this weekend. Stay tuned.

HOWEVER.....that 3.5" tubing is possibly going to be NOT the ideal diameter for a 92/93 L67 or an L27.

I would personally suggest a 3" CAI or custom FWI in 3".
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This is gonna be for a '95
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I saw these on ZZP. Now, I know that you all don't like them too much, but I was just curious if this is a good one?
http://www.zzperformance.com/grand_p...=247&catid=113

What do you all think?
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I modified a 97 INTENSE FWI for my 93. I've already been requested to get pics, measurements, and modifications up sometime this weekend. Stay tuned.

HOWEVER.....that 3.5" tubing is possibly going to be NOT the ideal diameter for a 92/93 L67 or an L27.

I would personally suggest a 3" CAI or custom FWI in 3".
How about a L36?
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The L36 already has a larger throttle body. The L27 and 92/93 L67 TB'* are quite small. Which means you have this incredibly mismatched flow. That means non-laminar and turbulent.



http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ighlight=story

An L36 would be ok, but I still think you need supporting mods to make the most of it.
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The L36 already has a larger throttle body. The L27 and 92/93 L67 TB'* are quite small. Which means you have this incredibly mismatched flow. That means non-laminar and turbulent.

[img]http://www.williamwren.com/bonnevillepics/TB.jpg[/img

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ighlight=story

An L36 would be ok, but I still think you need supporting mods to make the most of it.
Supporting mods are on there way!

Great post about the different TB'*!
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The only one missing from that post is the newer Series 2 TB without the MAF support. But I've done two of those since. They are also posted around here somewhere.

I'll get detailed pics and measurements up sometime this weekend. I actually have the flu right now, and don't feel much like going outsdie to do this quite yet.
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I'll get detailed pics and measurements up sometime this weekend.
Any updates on this?


Oh, and I hope you're feeling better!
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