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Old 09-25-07, 12:04 PM
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air control motor on j-tech

Has anyone put an air control motor on a J-tech manifold to make it more streetable? Right now it idles at 2000. On top of rotary fumes at idle, obviously it worst with a higher idle. I am running an Electromotive Tech-3R computer so I could just program it in. Any ones' two sense?
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Old 09-25-07, 12:43 PM
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And what about this particular forum would make you think it would be a good source of information about making a car more streetable?
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Old 10-08-07, 07:16 AM
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Cause the J-Tech is a race manifold Jack-***.
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Old 10-12-07, 01:22 PM
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i have installed an acv using the jay-tech intake, but not in the manifold.. i use accufab throttle bodies and on one of the sides there is a provision built in for one.. i could post a pic if you would like
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here is a link to a pic of where the acv bolts to the tb


http://www.accufabracing.com/images/90MAXLQ3.jpg
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What about "race car tech" implies that the info here pertains to making cars anything but LESS streetable "jackass". By definition, the manifold you are trying to put on a street car is then NOT a racing manifold. No problem if you are trying to make your car more "trackable", but if not you are crossposting in the wrong forum.
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Old 10-16-07, 02:24 PM
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just braking *****

I was just breaking ***** cause this is a drag racing throttle body/manifold, and figured some " drag racer" has more experience with this then your average knowledged fd owner. Nothing personal. Anyway this throttle body is nasty! I had to make the whole throttle cable attachment. It wasn't fun, and I still don't like it. ... Is that throttle body mounted horizontal? I looks like it won't fit mine? I have to post a pic of my set up. Thanks though.
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