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Old 06-06-2007, 06:27 PM   #1
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Does this fit on the 96 Bonneville L36? and if it does, does anyone have flow numbers for it?
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Yes it will fit but you will be missing one vaccum port which is for the shift modulator on the transmisson. Some else will hopefuly chime in wih flow numbers.
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can it be modified to accept a the extra vac. port?
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Tee off another vacuum line.
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Oh okay, thats easy to do. Or can the TB be drilled and taped for an other vac line
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Oh okay, thats easy to do. Or can the TB be drilled and taped for an other vac line
It'* actually plugged if I recall properly.
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Pulged with a threaded plug? or is it pluged with a press in plug?
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I played with a L67 TB(I think it was) that lacked that extra vacuum port. I just used a screwdriver and hammer to knock the plug out. I had a spare throttle body that I had ruined, so I ground the vac port out of it and drove it into the hole that was plugged(after knocking the plug out of course). No threads, just held by friction.
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It'* not hard to drill out and put something in there.
I had to when I put a 99+ TB on my 95.
I just found something in my garage with the same diameter, ground it down a little, and epoxied it in.
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So anyone got flow numbers?
I know the stock one flowed 440ish cfm at 28" without the screen, but my flow bench is out of commission right now.
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