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Any recommendations for a bigger throttle body, certain makes work better than others?


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Take a look at Fastman.

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What about modernmusclextreme.com?



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I'm sure there's is fine but Fastman puts a lot into his. Checkout both, if you do your research I bet you go with Fastman.
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Get a true bore throttle body not a cross section ported style one.


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I have the Speedlogix 84mm ported throttle body on my SRT Challenger, I'm very happy with it. We also carry a handful of other brands too. What are your plans for your Challenger ?

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Best advise you will get. Ported TBs that keep the 80mm throttle blade gain little or no flow improvement.

You don't say which engine you have, so: 5.7, unless blown or otherwise modified, don't waste your money. 6.1 it may help. 392/6.4, should help. But, only if you port the intake inlet for the larger TB.
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I have the Speedlogix 84mm ported throttle body on my SRT Challenger, I'm very happy with it. We also carry a handful of other brands too. What are your plans for your Challenger ?

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I have a 3.6 challenger I’m trying to make it something it isn’t I have an exhaust and a cold air intake I was looking into a diablo tune and a larger throttle body



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Best advise you will get. Ported TBs that keep the 80mm throttle blade gain little or no flow improvement.

You don't say which engine you have, so: 5.7, unless blown or otherwise modified, don't waste your money. 6.1 it may help. 392/6.4, should help. But, only if you port the intake inlet for the larger TB.


I have a 3.6 if you could give me the best recommendation I would appreciate it



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