TBI's, IIRC still were used in '92 with a whopping 160 or 170 hp... not in the t/a or Z28s I don't think, but still being used, regardless, you can't assume what's under the hood until you're told, it's asinine. Tell me what's under my '89 GTA, I'll even tell you the VIN code is '8'.1970judge said:Its a 92 so its tpi. Not much you can do to it to make it fast. You can get the lingenfelter tpi stuff which flows good. And yes free up that exhaust.
Are you serious? Always things that can be done.1970judge said:Its a 92 so its tpi. Not much you can do to it to make it fast. You can get the lingenfelter tpi stuff which flows good. And yes free up that exhaust.
Yep, its just a small block Chevy. All applicable stuff applies.Fenster said:Are you serious? Always things that can be done.
Best thing... Throw in a 350 even if its a stocker rebuild. Then some intake pieces, exhaust and see what it will do. Guy on TGO who goes by Traxion went 11s on a stock bottom ended 350. Just depends on what you want to spend on headers, and aftermarket intakes... short runner and a big cam will get you a good ways...
TBI - Throttle Body Injection, lookes like a carbuator with two injectors sitting on top of itPontiacManDan said:Hi everyone. My brother is Empire - he's asking about my car. What is the main difference between TBI and TPI? Thanks for all your suggestions so far.