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This is a discussion on help with mods within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I have a 2000 m6 Trans Am I am just starting to get mods I'm thinking of starting with throtle ...

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    help with mods

    I have a 2000 m6 Trans Am I am just starting to get mods I'm thinking of starting with throtle body,maf and 373 gears.What size maf and throtlebody should I get 80,85 or 92mm?

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    does you car have any suspension or exhaust mods???

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    just slp cold air and flowmaster with no cats
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    a thtittle body is a waste of money unless you get it port and polished or you have a fast intake. for the Maf just get some inserts.

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    OP, most ppl here will tell you stick with the stock MAF. SFC's are a must for our cars 2 points are good, 3 points are best. Suspension mods you should do first, that way when you do start laying power down your able to put it to the ground. Air Lid, P&P TB, a LS6 Intake, LS7 Clutch Kit with some LT headers, ORY and after market muffler really wake these cars up.


    Known issues that should be address are: passenger window fix, TB coolant by pass mod, Clutch hose mod (if you have a M6) free air mod, power steering pump leaks and PCV issues.


    Basically get the car in a good solid shape then go from there.

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    ^^ That would be my advice -- leave the MAF alone. Changing it or modifying it without tuning will simply screw up your fueling.

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