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    Default COME TTB Intake manifold pdf

    Sorry tk, I know you don't like these, but i really didn't have any other efi looking options.
    Anyway, would anyone have a pdf of the c.o.m.e ttb intake instruction sheet.
    Just got one second hand yesterday and it's like new. I want to check everything is there and see if COME recomend anything special during install

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    Dual plane? Assuming bonnet clearance is the issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    Dual plane? Assuming bonnet clearance is the issue?
    The twin throttlebody intake that tk hates.
    I didn't want to go the carb look, so will give this a try.

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    Yeah I no what you have.

    Was more so in reference to u saying not many efi options.

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    I can tell you that the runner distribution with a front facing TB is horrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    Yeah I no what you have.

    Was more so in reference to u saying not many efi options.
    Got ya.
    Yeah i want something that looks traditional efi. I like what you did, and Immortality is doing the same. I just don't want to 'carb style' mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by guy incognito View Post
    I can tell you that the runner distribution with a front facing TB is horrible.
    I've never seen a grpa for sale in nz (if i could afford one). I been on a trickshift waiting list for a year withno luck. 8ITB costs the same as a supercharger.
    This was the only option over the stock bananas.
    I will just have to deal with this issue.

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    I will just have to deal with this issue.
    best thing ive seen done, cause well you're not the first person to buy one was.. piss off the front mounted throttle bodies, take the top off the manifold and put two four barrel TB's on the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HQ308Ute View Post
    best thing ive seen done, cause well you're not the first person to buy one was.. piss off the front mounted throttle bodies, take the top off the manifold and put two four barrel TB's on the top.
    Correct me if i'm wrong. But the front turn is too tight for air to bend around at high speed?? Therefore rich on #1&2 from lack of air?

    P.s emailed COME to see if they can email pdf. If they even have any special considerations for fitting.

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    You will 1&2 are the richest and it gets leaner as you work your way back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce. View Post
    Correct me if i'm wrong. But the front turn is too tight for air to bend around at high speed?? Therefore rich on #1&2 from lack of air?

    P.s emailed COME to see if they can email pdf. If they even have any special considerations for fitting.
    best workaround was throttle bodies on top, it really isnt a good manifold it just looks shithot when you lift the bonnet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    You will 1&2 are the richest and it gets leaner as you work your way back.
    Run sequential (or batch) injection with individual fuel trim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce. View Post
    Correct me if i'm wrong. But the front turn is too tight for air to bend around at high speed?? Therefore rich on #1&2 from lack of air?
    Thats my thinking too, so I wonder if a throttle body spacer might work? Might depend on the angle of the throttle blades too if it opens / or like \ ...

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    Those Flowcraft/Motec manifolds looked good, not sure if you can still get them though.

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    Change it to be like the one on the right, twin 4150TB's... Also add a a couple of inches of spacer to the plenum whilst youre at it...



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