Hey thanks for the quick reply, yeah i was just window shopping like i do every day and decided to ask. Didn't know it would need tunning after that though. Thanks again.Chris 96 WS6 said:Depends on your power levels...for stock or near stock the 48mm flows plenty...52mm is a good bolt on mod, but autos will need tuning to account for how the TPS%/shift tables are affected. 58mm is really only necessary for built motors IMO.
AFAIK they are all smog legal and particularly if you get a stocker bored to 52mm they're never going to know the difference anyway
Like i said, I window shop in my spare time and I have a list of stuff i would like to do to my car but its just a matter of time and money.sleeperSS said:with the mods you have listed, it would be a huge waste of money to get 58 or 52mm throttle body
im in the same boat....if i wasnt married, my car would be top notch, and i'd live in a cardboard box. fortunatly my wife wont allow that, lolEmpire said:Like i said, I window shop in my spare time and I have a list of stuff i would like to do to my car but its just a matter of time and money.
I don't think its significantly better, no. Now a monoblade is a different story...FirehawkDude said:Is the AS&M 58mm twin butterfly worth the extra money over other 58mm? I know the AS&M claim that it flows 1100CFM, but in comparisson to what of other brands?