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What size TB??

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by SolLess16, Jan 10, 2004.

  1. SolLess16

    SolLess16 Senior Member

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    Hey guys wanted to get rid of my stock Tb and wanted to know what would be the best size? Mods are listed in my Sig, im thinking about a 64mm but open to all sugestions. Thanks
     
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    in your case i would go with 64mm, you can have most machine shops bore it out for pretty cheap, like in the 60 dollar range.
     
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    SolLess16 Senior Member

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    can you get a stock TB bored out that much??
     
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    he has a d16z6, the biggest u can take a d series tb is about 60. those wall are paper thin too. so i wouldnt suggest it. i would just get a tb from a b18b1, the 96-01? teg. its a direct bolt on. i have one on my d16y8, it works fine.

    oh and the LS tb is 60mm, i can a b series ported to 70? not to sure. dont dont waste the money on a D series tb.

    i also heard that the s2000 fits, and a h22, or f22? something along those lines. check the refrence section of this forum, or atricles, they have a list of most the honda tbs and there size.

    peace out
     
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    If memory serves, OJ himself tweaked TB and Fuel press on this setup to only gain 1.something HP. I wouldn't sweat it too much. Try the teg first, you could score one of these from a scrap yard for peanuts.
     
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    Thanks guys , just for reference where is a good place to get a 64mm Tb??
     
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    JDMilan Senior Member

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    opps, my suggestion was for a B series, didn't notice that you had the D
     
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    TB Size is largely dependant on the design of your intake manifold. (plenum size, and runner length). The design of your intake manifold is dependant on your power goals and location.

    Bigger TB, smaller plenum.
    small TB, larger plenum.

     
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