75mm throttle body to small

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    As I've said on previous posts i'm building a 393 stroker. I'm wondering if a 75MM throttle body will be a good choice for it.. I just a bought a 351w trickflow intake. tell me what you think?? Its also going to NA.

    thanks

    nathan
     
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    The 75MM is more than enough.
     
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    maybe too big I would say a 70 MM is about all you would need
     
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    here's some more info.

    AFR 185's please don't say to goto 205's because 1. can't afford them and 2. you need custom headers.
    30# squirters


    would you say it would be to big???
    nathan
     
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    I thought their was a guidline on this on which throttle body to chose... like if you have this much hp you need this TB..??? no

    nathan
     
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    I use a 75 mm
    I switched from a 70 mm and noticed a big difference especially on the top end.
     
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    hey thanks jerry thats exactly what I wanted to hear. do you have any 1/4 mi #'s without nitrous

    thanks alot

    nathan
     
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    mid to high 12's

    I think the mph is 112 or so I really dont drag w/o the nos
    It ran a best of 12.2 and 119.5 w/ the stock trick flow upper and floating valves(thanks to AFR's bad spring package) 295/35/18 bfg DR <hard to launch w/o spinning.Thats full weight w/leather and everything.

    Hopefully 11's with new upper and bee-hive springs.

    AND TRACTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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