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Old 10-15-2000, 03:21 PM
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Has anyone bypassed the coolant lines going through the TB?

Have you had any problems? How exactly did you do the bypass?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-17-2000, 06:23 AM
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People have come to the conclusion that its such a small area that gets warm/hot that it wouldnt make any noticable difference.

If you notice the intake manifold has much the same setup and has a much bigger area.

If you want to drop temps go to Home Depot and pick up some Rubatex insulation foam tape. Put it on the outside and inside of the huge air box of ours. It definitly keeps the engine bay temps from affecting the air box. Its cool inside even the sides but the littlest spot where I stopped is super hot!

Dunno if it makes a huge difference but probably has a bigger impact than a TB bypass.
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