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Irishtat74

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Hey everyone kinda new here but have a question. Thoughts on 60mm throttle body swap on a 2002 3.0 v6 automatic transmission?
 


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I don’t think the opening leading into the upper intake is that big. So it probably wouldn’t do much good. Measure the opening into the intake. Match your throttle body to that.
 

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Bored out the opening to fit the 60mm. Had to make a gasket to fit. Ironically it made the exhaust quieter.
 

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