When running on a naturally aspirated application, a 70 mm throttle body will be fine to use. A 75 mm would be more set up for a forced induction application.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
Street Burner or Track Heat?? I am trying to put the most sensible parts together. I want the Twisted Wedge 170 heads and keep my stock cam. My car will be procharged so the question is, will the track heat perform without upgrading the cam? I think the procharger and my gears will keep the low rpm aggressive so I figured why not opt for the track heat which is supposed to have a power band in the mid to upper power band. I don't want to lose bottom end I just want a good smooth overall combo from low rpm (good idling) up through a high an rpm as I can get.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Asked by Daniel Z. from Hazleton | Comment 0 0
While the track heat does lose a bit of low end, you are correct, your gears and blower will make up for it and that intake will aid in the breathing up top. With your setup, I'd go with the track heat.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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