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I'm wondering about putting a TBS in my truck, F150, 5.4 liter engine, but I'm wondering if it will even make much of a difference? if so, what will it effect? MPG? Horsepower? Torque? thanks!
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It won't do anything. Think about it, the injectors are way down near the intake valves in the heads, then there are 15-20" long runners and a plenum between the heads and the throttlebody. There is no fuel in these runners just air, so what could adding another 1/2" to this total distance possibly accomplish?
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