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Old 09-24-2012, 02:16 AM   #1
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custom made throttle body butterfly

Im looking at porting a set of throttle bodies for my ninja and would need to have some new butterflys made. Anyone know someone who has done these before. Im guessing they could be recreated using the stock ones, id just have to measure the before and after diameters.
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Why?
Exactly.

You doing cam work to take advantage of more flow? Or are you just planning to slow the velocity of the intake charge for the of it?
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Why?
For fun, and theres a few people on the net who have done it and it gave the bike more midrange and top end power. Of course I would have to get the bike tuned to utilize the new intake.

But you guys really seem to not like the idea.
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For fun, and theres a few people on the net who have done it and it gave the bike more midrange and top end power. Of course I would have to get the bike tuned to utilize the new intake.

But you guys really seem to not like the idea.


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