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Old 06-07-2010, 06:22 PM
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Well I was doing some research on ITB for my 240 and I came across a HOW TO thread on here about them and I have a few questions that I am not really understanding. First off I am about to order the throttle bodies, they are coming off an 03-06 gsxr1000. After I get them I am going to plug the injector holes on them. Good so far? Now I read I had to put a TPS sensor in the mix somewhere? Where would be the best? And to tune it you can use a SAFC. Well I have an SAFC2 controller. Will this accomplish it? Thanks for the info,any other help will be useful!
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Old 06-07-2010, 07:36 PM
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You have a lot more to read and look into because unless your making a Manifold you'll need to run a MAP based ECU system cause you can't use a MAF w/ a Plenum.
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You have a lot more to read and look into because unless your making a Manifold you'll need to run a MAP based ECU system cause you can't use a MAF w/ a Plenum.
How do I run a MAP based ecu? Cause since I am removing my MAF sensor I must switch to MAP. I plan to take an old manifold I have and cut in half to mount the throttle bodies.

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map based systems correlate with stand alone ecu's
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Old 06-09-2010, 05:57 AM
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i know xcessive makes a intake mani wit itb's into a plenum so u can still use maf
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I was looking into it even more If I made my own Plenum is there a demensions I have to follow? Cause while I'm in school I am going to machine my own plenum.
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There's a few books about designing your own Manifold, there's also some good articles from popular mags Like Hot Rod and even Superstreet. Might want to look into that...
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There's a few books about designing your own Manifold, there's also some good articles from popular mags Like Hot Rod and even Superstreet. Might want to look into that...
I will do that. Thanks!

With ITB and a plenum would I gain as much as I would with no plenum and a standalone?
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in our world its more of a cool factor it seems than performance. I have no first hand expereince with them so I cant give information really bro.
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