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high there, well im from over at club fordfusion and there seems to be a lack of go fast parts for us...and alot of the parts between our cars are interchangable, so i was wondering do you guys have anthing like 60mm tb or intake manifolds, and if you do, does it require any tuning to work properly, thankyou any help is greatly ...well just great

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Re: ? for 2.3 mazda owners

One thing for sure if you get a bigger throttle body or intake manifold, you'd need a tune.


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i figured as much...i know i can get a shop here in town to bore the tb out to 60mm and hopufully steeda could make a tune for it, but im searchen around for option and hopfully get some stuff together

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I don't think an intake manifold from a 3 would work on a fusion. The engines share the bottom end, but the heads are different.


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[quote author=ViperKillerWannabe link=topic=123478.msg2614694#msg2614694 date=1221481513]
I don't think an intake manifold from a 3 would work on a fusion. The engines share the bottom end, but the heads are different.
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That's true for the Focus but I don't think so regarding the 6/Fusion/Milan 2.3l triplets.

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well the focus has a different intake manifold than we do and dif heads...the have the duratec 2.3, we have the 2.3 ew its a duratec with variable valve timing on the intake cam

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