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I need help with a throttle body selection?

This is a discussion on I need help with a throttle body selection? within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I would like to know how good the BBK 80mm throttle body is compared to other aftermarket units....

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    I need help with a throttle body selection?

    I would like to know how good the BBK 80mm throttle body is compared to other aftermarket units.
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    IMO bbk TBs are crap and dont flow all that well, I think youd be better off w/ a stock ported TB

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    Lots of people get the F.A.S.T. 90mm + their intake manifold and love it. I, myself, don't have one however.

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    Well the funny thing is, there used to be a great review in the tech section until that fucking toolbag Brad refused to pay the bills then blamed all the admins on LS2 for hacking his site to make it crash. Late bills != hack. Late bills = Brad is a piece of shit. If I were a sponsor, I would SUE his sorry ass up, down, left and right.

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    BTW, for good write ups on throttle bodies or at least an intelligible response, redirect your browser to LS2.com or LS1Tech.com or something else than this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMichaelG2
    Well the funny thing is, there used to be a great review in the tech section until that fucking toolbag Brad refused to pay the bills then blamed all the admins on LS2 for hacking his site to make it crash. Late bills != hack. Late bills = Brad is a piece of shit. If I were a sponsor, I would SUE his sorry ass up, down, left and right.

    Thank you, come again!

    BTW, for good write ups on throttle bodies or at least an intelligible response, redirect your browser to LS2.com or LS1Tech.com or something else than this place.
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    port the stock t/b

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    Thanks for the replies, I think I am going to save my money and port the stocker.

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    You would be better off with a stock ported TB. Mine was ported by
    Shaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figz z28
    You would be better off with a stock ported TB. Mine was ported by
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    yea id stay stock if I were you

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    IMHO you would be hard pressed to beat a Shaner TB....
    http://www.s2performance.net/F-Body.html

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    Thanks for that link Sarge.

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    I ported my own, Dremel tool with emery cloth. very simple to do.
    The only thing I didnt do was epoxy the idle passage. I didnt want to chance hearing a epoxy rock fly into my intake.
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