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Old 09-14-2007, 02:54 PM   #1
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does anyone know the difference in flow between a post 95 to 98 throttle body and a no post throttle body 99 and up that for a L36 . what could be involve in swapping them
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Keep in mind:

Just because it CAN flow more doesn't mean your engine can OUT-flow it. Big difference.
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ZZP'* stge 2 flows 643 cfm at 1.5 inHg. That is according to my flow bench, Superflow 1200
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An L36 at 6,000 rpm'* will flow 402.5 cfm.
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An L36 at 6,000 rpm'* will flow 402.5 cfm.
thank will that helpfull does anyone know how much a stock post throttle body can flow
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stock TB on l36 flows 400cfm and 440cfm without screen
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Where did your numbers come from? They're lower than what I've seen.
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Off my flow bench SuperFlow 1200 flowed at 1.5 inHg
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