Anybody know if there is a difference in size between a 99-00 regal tb and a 98 Camaro t/b? I know the 00 cam is suppose to be 65mm. But I'm trying to move to cable and away from fly-by- wire.
Thanks Murphinator. You taught me something new, I wasn't aware that the L=67 t/b was larger than the L-36 t/b. I was assuming them to be the same size. And thanks again for the offer of the L-67 t/b, which I may take you up on, as I haven't found the one I had.97-04 regal with L36 would be 65mm with L67 would be 69mm. I think I have a couple of them in my parts bins if you need one
I have heard of the N/star t/b, but don't know anything about them. I.e. size, will they set a code, need to purchase extra items in order to use them, etc.look at running A northstar Throttlebody. They are cable. Many 3800 guys running them. Theres a nice adaptor available.
Its in my Grand Prix ... Since the FBody intake bolts on easily, it was a nice option to go with to get the TB onto the other side of the engine, as it is turbo'd.Hey jdredd, is your f-body n/a or forced induction? (It appears to be n/a.) I see where you tweaked it to fit. It still looks good.
By chance do you use a volt-booster and hptuner in your f-body? Any suggestions on which hpt to buy??? I see they offer one for about $500.00 and a pro for near $700.00. Since I will only be using it for a short time, I may just look on the E-bay for a used one. Any thoughts?
I used the Racetronix fuel pump rewire kit on the wbody... nice plug and play setup.I opted for the casper's v-booster because it raises the voltage 2.2v @ 70% throttle. That insures the f/pump doesn't lose pressure under wot. A lesson learned many years ago w/blown h/g's and worse.
I had mistaken your mention of an f-body int. as f-bodied car. Now it makes sense.
I have never heard of a DHP tuner and when I went on line to check for a used hpt, I couldn't find one. Just a lot of new ones for sale @ $500.00 & $649.00! I need a w/band. I have a computer mount I can actually install for tuning, but the wife took my lap-top when my son stole hers. So the extra 150.00 may be worth it.lol
Do you mean after I have it modified for the f-body? If so, I'm not sure. I'm going to see how well it performs w/the E-85 and 84# inj.'s I was thinking of swapping cams and better headers, but that is what drove me to just swapping in the 4.1. The $$$$. hahaha! I thought that would be cheaper?You keeping the M90??
Its in my Grand Prix ... Since the FBody intake bolts on easily, it was a nice option to go with to get the TB onto the other side of the engine, as it is turbo'd.
I use this cheap method for a Voltage Booster @ https://www.zzperformance.com/blog/free-mod-higher-voltage/
I still use the old DHP PowrTuner for my tuning ... its a dead product, but still works well enough.
On the HPT it depends I guess... It looks like the big thing is the PRO hardware lets you hook up external sensors of sorts (major being a wide band) and being able to log all by itself (dont have to lug laptop around)
If you dont mind lugging laptop around to data log, but really want a wideband, you can get around that by using something like the EGR wiring to the PCM to do the wideband hook up as its a 5v setup ....
then log EGR parameter and mess with the raw/value and math to calculate out the AFR reading from the wideband.