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Old 09/13/2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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has anyone delt with itbs on b series. like how the run and how hard r they to install(not meaning bolting them on. i mean like the vacuum lines and the sensors. and how hard r they to tune with sleeved fully built n/a motor. thanx

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Old 09/13/2011, 10:59 PM   #2
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has anyone delt with itbs on b series. like how the run and how hard r they to install (not meaning bolting them on. i mean like the vacuum lines and the sensors and how hard they to tune with sleeved fully built n/a motor. thanx
with the right setup you can extract a lot of power out of them once it is tuned. A fully built bottom end, good cams and everything balanced is the key to extracting the most out of the setup. As far as sensors, depends who the manufacturer of the ITBS has done to simplify it. One butterfly works all four TBs and vacuum line ports should already be evident on the setup. If not I would sit on the phone for a few hours or Email the manufacturer to ensure everything you need is set on it. Increase of approximately 20-25 horsepower can be extracted on top of whatever else the engine can hold. You could essentially build the whole thing with a regular intake manifold, tune it to where you are happy then add the ITBs at a later time so you can notice the difference. The tune and TUNER are the key elements to your build.......the rest deals with how well you put the engine together and making sure tolenrences are not compromised in any way!!


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, but itb setup would be pretty nasty


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Old 09/17/2011, 06:13 PM   #5
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Knife edge your crank too. Do something cool

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Old 09/17/2011, 06:43 PM   #6
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Yea right now I'm just plotting out the build and getting new ideas. So far what I have in mind is a fully built gsr with darton 84mm sleeves with some wiesco and many rods and either itr cams or pro 2s can't decide cuz I'm worried about clearance issues. Of course I plan on doing valvetrain and headwork just havnt decided yet. Part of the planning part.I am just hearing from everyone tuning all nasty cams and on top of that itbs will be very hard. Especially on pumpgas( only cuz I don't wana drive to norwalk to fill up) if anyone has any real all motor experience advice is welcome. And thanks for the responces so far

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Old 09/19/2011, 05:18 PM   #7
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Yea right now I'm just plotting out the build and getting new ideas. So far what I have in mind is a fully built gsr with darton 84mm sleeves with some wiesco and many rods and either itr cams or pro 2s can't decide cuz I'm worried about clearance issues. Of course I plan on doing valvetrain and headwork just havnt decided yet. Part of the planning part.I am just hearing from everyone tuning all nasty cams and on top of that itbs will be very hard. Especially on pumpgas( only cuz I don't wana drive to norwalk to fill up) if anyone has any real all motor experience advice is welcome. And thanks for the responces so far
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Old 09/19/2011, 05:39 PM   #8
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He is a baller bro!! Hahaha


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Old 09/19/2011, 08:50 PM   #9
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At a minimum go 89x84. Pick up a good set of lightweight rods, and something 11.5:1 or more CR. Pro 1's at a minimum or possible Pro2's. Get some good valvetrain, a nice intake manifold and a good header. Without a good header, the power will be limited. As far as pump gas, tune that shit on E85 and call it good. You can make more power per dollar on E85 than anything else.

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Old 09/19/2011, 09:42 PM   #10
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dude, if you do itb's, people are start bitchin in this site.. be aware


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Old 09/19/2011, 10:32 PM   #11
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Why would people bitch about me talking about itbs. Some people like them some don't. Everyone got an opinion just sucks half of them are not legit opinions just BS e85 would be nice but don't know what it takes to convert and how to and still don't wana drive to norwalk to fill up.

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I wonder if thats the only place... There has to be others!! There is a couple guys on here running e85


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Old 09/20/2011, 07:31 AM   #13
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As of now the closest place that sells e85 is in norwalk and then off of 22nd st other than that idk

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Old 09/20/2011, 11:12 AM   #14
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As of now the closest place that sells e85 is in norwalk and then off of 22nd st other than that idk
Des Moines Dahls Fuel 4341 Merle Hay Road

Des Moines Kum & Go 2110 Guthrie Ave

Des Moines State of Iowa 301 E 7th Street

Grimes Kum & Go 1950 Princeton Dr

West Des Moines Hy Vee 555 S 51 Street

West Des Moines Kum and Go 141 S. Jordan Creek Pkwy

Urbandale Kum N Go 12041 Douglas Parkway

Pleasant hill Kum & Go 5970 Morning Star Ct

Norwalk Kum and Go 2991 Sunset Drive

A little further but they are there:
Ankeny Kum N Go 1910 SW White Birch

Ankeny Kum N Go 1825 N Ankeny Blvd

Ankeny Kum N Go 1025 1st Street

Oskaloosa New Alliance Fuel Station 2305 Hwy 23

Ottumwa Gas N More 16288 Hwy 34

Ottumwa Kum & Go 2508 N Court St

Ottumwa Penn & Jeff 1147 N. Jefferson St

Johnston Kum & Go 6130 NW 86th St

Johnston Kum & Go 5800 Northglenn Dr

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Old 09/20/2011, 02:32 PM   #15
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Yea norwalk kumngo is still the closest. What all does it take to run e85 safely and not fucking with it after its done. What size injectors for(remember running n/a) and what fittings what fuel filter and regulator and rail (have golden eagle now will it be ok) and will my chipped ecu work and what else. I think I've been talked into it. Hahaha

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Yea norwalk kumngo is still the closest. What all does it take to run e85 safely and not fucking with it after its done. What size injectors for(remember running n/a) and what fittings what fuel filter and regulator and rail (have golden eagle now will it be ok) and will my chipped ecu work and what else. I think I've been talked into it. Hahaha
well, a lot of people have done 1000cc injectors so it leaves room for improvement in the future and you can easily handle whatever you throw at it. I will wait on Mike Webbie to post since he is more familiar with it then I am. I do know you will need to do oil changes a little more on time or sooner since the stuff causes condensation build up in the whole system......I can be corrected if I am wrong of course. Everything else runs the same as far as fuel rail, filter and regulator.......and the setup you have. I would insist on speaking to people that are currently on E85 so they can tell you the good/the bad/and the ugly side effects first........the good is always the easiest to get talked into but reliability in the long run is what most people neglect.

I don't know your answer 100% but am sure those who are using it can give you at least their 99.99% true answer.


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Thanks rodney anyone else have experience with it

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I do... I dont think you can handle ITB'S haha


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Thanks rodney anyone else have experience with it
E85 is cheap power. Idle/rev up is very difficult when its cold out so that may be something to think about.
@ Mike03 you were talking about doing itbs on a d series. That's why you got "bitched at" or in other words told it was a waste of money unless you have some crazy supporting mods.

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all i need suggestions, not people bitchin... wont stop me from doing it... like what the kid on this thread said "everyone has an opinion" you might hate it/disown it, or you might dig it.. not my choice, as long as i like what i did to it...


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all i need suggestions, not people bitchin... wont stop me from doing it... like what the kid on this thread said "everyone has an opinion" you might hate it/disown it, or you might dig it.. not my choice, as long as i like what i did to it...
imo I think it would be sick to see it done!!!


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imo I think it would be sick to see it done!!!
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Yea it would be sick but I'm just worried about finding someone who can tune with them

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