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Old 08-14-2014, 09:09 AM
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As do I with the 2000.
you people with your DBW... It feels so funny driving a DBW car when youre use to a cable throttle. There's no engine feedback in the DBW. how do you know when your engine is angry ? lol
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It gets louder.
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I like the vibe
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I'll stick with my cable drive any day, over that DBW crap.

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I'll stick with my straight intake any day, over that angled crap.
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Yeah, cause the heat soaked air filter sitting on top of the radiator was a great idea

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You people make me laugh. DBC ftw is easier.
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Well, I didn't have much of a choice in the matter.
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Well, I didn't have much of a choice in the matter.
the straight TBs look better at least LOL
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I think the only good setup was the angled throttle body and a "CAI" angled as far away as possible.
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