why is that? dont really folow this one please explain. i thought the only advantage of itb's were that you can easily change intake lengts by swapping the trumpets on them?you can still control the engine which you can't with an unrestrictive single and large plenum.
well, at low rpm 10% throttle on a 100mm throttle is 100kpa and full torque. with itbs you have control and flow, with a single you can only have one or the other. it's not an absolute, but it is worth thinking about.
That depends on where you place value. I had no issue with my 70/80 (i forget what it is) on the ute. Then again, how can you tell when the turbo is screwing the torque response beyond resonable anyway... basically turbo drivers are less fussy than na drivers. We'll see what happens in the future, but I'd happily go with a 4.0 32v spinning 8k with itbs and cams. 400hp is still 400hp and it would be MUCH more fun to drive.ah ic. but is that realy such a big problem?
Tell nissan that! Two different ITB+Boost cars mass produced. ITBs offer so much better flow though in general. just because the air is right there and doesn't have to play catch up.i mean itb's cost big money and there meant for n/a. so as long as you stay n/a and dont make other big engine modifications your stock mani length cant be way of.
Again, with a turbo you aren't going to notice much.and ive never heard complaints of the fe3 guys running mustang tb's about control.
It never was, just ordinarily sizedso the mazda double trotthle isn't such a bad idea afterall
That's called "progressive" and is common on anything half decent. My lexus one is progressive too. Perhaps thats why it didn't suck too badly.btw i once had a ford tb in my hand. they had a real nice construction to let it open the first few mm.s verry slow and the rest faster!