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Old 21-02-2010, 12:00 AM   #1
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Hi all I don't believe there to be any performance gain as the look the same is it true. Or is there a performance gain ect ect can anyone fill me in if they have compared or fitted one... thanks
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there the same except extra holes on the rb25de and rb25det
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and these holes are used for what ???? and which ones have extra...
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just boost/vacuum pipes nothing important
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Just block them up with something and you can use it, i.e a piece of wood or something a bit more professional. I've seen a thick round metal bar in one before haha
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same casting.. what you can do however is fit a bigger throttle body to the gts ...so at a given throttle setting a great %age of air is entering the intake.

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can you point out these throttle bodies please hesh and im still thinking about the coby headers do you know if we get a group buy going it will be cheaper.... and can they do them in polished stainless ????
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