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    Default How is a larger throttle body accounted for?

    I am not sure how to tune for a larger throttle body which would have
    more flow for the same throttle angle as stock.

    Thanks,

    Gert

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    I can't dig up the link at the moment, but part of what you need to do is change the IAC effective area table.

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    Default Re: How is a larger throttle body accounted for?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2000ssnb
    I am not sure how to tune for a larger throttle body which would have
    more flow for the same throttle angle as stock.

    Thanks,

    Gert
    Also
    Fbod IAC Eff. Area -> http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=309671

    This is probably the link TAQuickness was looking for.

    Cheers,
    joel

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