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Old November 28th, 2012, 08:10 PM   #121 (permalink)
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If you're already swapping the TB out, bypassing the coolant line is easier than hooking it up to the new TB.
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If you're already swapping the TB out, bypassing the coolant line is easier than hooking it up to the new TB.
absolutely correct. You don't even need a coupler just run one of the lines to the other side of the intake manifold. and get rid of one of the lines.
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Old November 29th, 2012, 04:59 PM   #123 (permalink)
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As far as I can tell, empirically, there are only two things that can go wrong with it.

1. The bypass leaks and your engine overheats, worst case you buy a new engine (stop worrying and keep reading!).
2. The throttle position electric motor overheats from a lack of coolant and you have to replace the throttle body.

I don't think either case has been reported...ever...at least not on here. If you don't do something right, you can ruin your engine, this is true of something as simple as an oil change, replacing sparks plugs, etc...

Mine leaked initially but it was immediately obvious and it was because I had the wrong size coupler. You need a 3/8" I.D. coupler, OR you route one piece of hose from block to block and don't use a coupler. I didn't feel like my hose was long enough to do that and I wasn't going to let it crimp.
actually the initial setup is used to heat the throttle body up for super cold starts. Coolant works to heat and cool the engine. So overheating would be very slim if not impossible for the tb. Now if it leaks you should def smell the antifreexe and if not then notice the temp gauge going up. I had a similar issue with a different area of the car.
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Looking to get racing seats. I know which seats I want, but would a bracket for a GT V6 also work on my GS L4 Auto?
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This is very helpful good info. What type of cold air intake would you put? And do you know of any websites besides aci to order one? ?
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I have a injen CAI but its preference really. Other websites would be like andysautosport.com and eBay!
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Watch the Automotive for sale forums here, there have been some sweet CAI deals on there.
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Great thread bro. I can honestly say this is the thread that made me do my TB bypass, order my CAI, and has me trying to track down a GT TB.
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Which of these mods will set codes on your car?
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None unless you don't use spacers for your header(s)
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Old June 27th, 2013, 10:05 AM   #132 (permalink)
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K, thats good, curious tho..
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How much more power is there to be made with the tb bypass and mods and the cold air on an auto gs? 10-15 hp?
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How much more power is there to be made with the tb bypass and mods and the cold air on an auto gs? 10-15 hp?
You won't get much, till you do full bolt ons with reflash,
long story short, the ECU Basicly adjust everything back to stock, until you get a reflash,

But I had a cold air intake, straight piped Exhaust, E3 spark plugs, intake resonator delete, and made 174 hp and 184 torque on the dyno
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Is there a point to getting a high flow cat for the rear cat? I've heard our stock cat is good enough and almost no point to getting one... I have CAI, cat back exhaust and I'm about to do headers and a GT TB, and a reflash... Is there anything I should know?


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I didn't mess with my main cat until I heard a metallic rattle underneath my feet. You will not notice a boost in power at all with a high flow or even straight pipe on the 4G. However you will notice a slightly different exhaust note.
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So your rattle wasnt due to upgrades I assume? Just needed to be replaced?


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Does installing the RRE headers and a GT TB cause the engine light to come on? Just looking through some threads and it seems like one or the other or both actually do this unless I read wrong...


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TB won't but header will. If you order from RRE, they will send you a two spacers that you screw your lower o2 sensors into. This will prevent SES.
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Awesome so GT TB and RRE headers equal no engine light! Thx man
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Ok so just to finalize I have one last question and I'll be outta your hair... I have CAI, and cat back exhaust... I'm getting RRE headers, GT TB, and tune from uvtune once they are up and running again... Is there any problems or adjustments I should be aware of or check engine lights that I might expect, or any parts I may need that I don't already have i.e. I know ill need to port my intake and get spacers.... I just wanna know before I actually buy anything... Much appreciated for the help by the way!
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I would definitely add RRE underdrive pulley to your list. Must have for the GS imo. I don't know much about porting but I wouldn't recommend it unless you're considering boost. Other than that those are all great power mods and no SES should pop up if installed correctly.
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Ok so porting the intake to make the TB fit is NOT needed? I read some thread that you needed to port the intake to make it fit... Any how if I don't have to I won't just wanna make sure it fits perfectly, under drive pulley added to list thx!!


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You definitely don't need to port the intake to make it fit. It will fit nice and snug as is.
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Good news! Less problems = happy installer
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Ok so seeing as UVTune is unavailable at the moment to provide tunes, will I have any problems installing RRE headers and a GT TB? Ie will my car run like shit until I get a tune?
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I can only speak for the GT TB, your not going to have a problem, the real benefit of the tune is to maximize gains from upgrades.
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You shouldn't have problems with them at all as long as you reset the ECU after you're done installing for the day or whatever. If you put them all at once you can just reset/relearn the ECU once but if you're gonna do 1 mod at a time, take the extra 45 minutes to reset it so your car doesn't do anything funky.
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So if I throw on both TB and headers, just reset ECU afterwards? What exactly will that do?


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Hey just a quick question... Kinda confused on reading this... Wondering if anyone has ordered it before or knows what actually comes with the order... Is this BOTH the TB spacer AND intake manifold spacer?

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Weird that it's still orderable
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We'll if they don't sell them anymore does anyone happen to know where I can get an intake manifold spacer and a TB spacer separately or as a Kit?
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It says "Not Available" next to the order button. KindDarin may have some TB spacers available.
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Ok I contacted him regarding TB spacer... Now does anyone know where I can get an intake manifold spacer?


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Alright so I called RRE and talked to the tech guy and... He says he would suggest getting the rear sway bar along with the eibach lowering pro kit... Now I originally was just calling to see if the Megan springs cause any shock problems, but now he's got me interested and wondering the big difference between 1.6" front and back or 1.2" front and 1.3" inch back... Is there a big deal? And also would getting the rear sway bar with either or those be very beneficial? Thanks
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