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    Anyone Bore the new Icontrol throttle body's?

    Looking to see if anyone has bored the throttle body on a new DBW ski" I have candoo and can reset TPS.


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    Anyone Bore the new Icontrol throttle body's?

    No they are 60mm from the factory and there is not much meat, if any, to bore out. There is a very slight step right before the throttle blade but I think I measured it and it was 1mm. Not worth it IMO to worry about that Click image for larger version. 

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    LOL, Thanks,,,,, Are you sure? its a cheap MOD. But Im not gonna guinee my Throttle body.

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    the only thing i would do is just shave down the bar in there 60mm is plenty, besides they gain you nothing up top end

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeper View Post
    the only thing i would do is just shave down the bar in there 60mm is plenty, besides they gain you nothing up top end
    I want accelleration my friend.

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    Re: Anyone Bore the new Icontrol throttle body's?

    I about guarantee you that you could bolt up a larger size that would be easily available. Only issue would be figuring out sizes. I only know Mercedes Benz engines so I can't speak for anything else but these throttle bodies have been on Benz motors for close to 20 years now and they all share the same connector. There are several different sizes also. I dont know how you would cross reference the part numbers to get a size but it may be simpler to just get a larger one than to bore the one you have. They are all over ebay also. Just a thought

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    Porsche Turbo as well. I was looking around for them (to crossreference for a larger t-body all together) at one time but put my efforts elsewhere. The manifold inlet would need to be bored out as well to take full advantage not to mention moving up to larger intercooler outlets and piping.

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    Re: Anyone Bore the new Icontrol throttle body's?

    Ya it would be a ton of work for probably little gain.

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    i would keep smaller charge pipes, keeps the air moving faster, more velocity, bet!

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