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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-04-01, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Mate, do you know of an item code for the new Tickford 70mm throttle body, as in the T-Series? Looks great, and I REALLY want one!! :D :D :D

Any help would be fantastic on this one mate. Cheers. :thumbup:

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To use this throttle body you need to bore out / machine the inlet to the plenum to match. Take that into account!

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If I remember correctly the Cobra Intake or GT40 manifolds are able to take a 70mm throttlebody without machining that is if he has one or getting one.
 
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OUCH!!

throttle body part number is TAUTVE 9E926 A
RRP on this bastard is $847.00!!!

intersesting though the egr spacer is the same across the board.
maybe it will fit.
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WHOAH!! :eek: :eek:

Dat not cheap!! Hmm, you may be right.. if the spacer is the same, .... *ponders* Will see if Southside know anything..

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Ok an update. Just spoke with Alan at Southside, he reckons that yes, with the spacer it shouldn't be a problem to fit. Also, the price they quoted me was a little lower at $783, but still pretty pricey. The SVO 65mm unit is currently $565.80.

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Hmm, got some saving to do! :cussing: :fmad: :(

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Be sure about that machining thing. Tickford machine the manifolds for the 220 engines, so it makes sense that it has to be done.

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True. Alan was also saying that on the T-Series, they run a manifold which doesn't have a spacer... haven't looked close enough to check this out..

When the time comes closer I'll be scrutineering, never fear!! :D

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BBK -
70mm - 75 mm $529.95
70MM EGR Spacer $149.95
75mm EGR spacer $175.95

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70mm - 75 mm $559.95

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Much cheaper than $847 !
 
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Not wrong mate!! Ta for that info. Anyone had any experience with these units? Comments?

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