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Jtultra Oct 28, 1:33am - #311729 

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Throttle Body coolant bypass

So from what I've gathered for this bypass I just diconnect the 2 hoses from my TB and connect the one coming from the radiator to the engine. This will decrease the temp of my TB greatly and its a good idea, I assume. So, my question is, its beginning to get cold here in Atlanta, Georgia. So i think the coldest it gets is maybe mid 20's if it gets that cold this year. I park outside so it'll be pretty cold. will I be able to start my car. If so, is it gonna be hard on my car? or should I just wait till it gets warm to do this mod

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Jtultra Oct 28, 3:19am - #311730 

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...anyone?

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Mat Oct 28, 3:25am - #311731 
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You'll be fine dude! I've done this mod. It just takes a few minutes longer to reach optimal operating temp. thumbsup
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Jtultra Oct 28, 3:29am - #311732 

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still kinda skeptical just because, I want to make things as easy as possible for my engine

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AZZKIKR Oct 28, 1:17pm - #311733 

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^^^ I hear that...now this is just to lower your engine temps or what??? what is the effect of disconnecting the 2 hoses from the TB??
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crazy2win Oct 28, 2:37pm - #311734 
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what does this mod do
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Jtultra Oct 28, 3:24pm - #311735 

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it lowers the temp of your TB when driving because the coolant to longer passes through the TB, BUT I wanted to know if it was ok to do it during this winter around 25 degrees outside. I'm planning on doing it w/ the Hondata Intake gaskate. Kinda like a double wammie

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dominionstrd Oct 28, 3:35pm - #311736 
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got any pics on how to do this mod
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Jtultra Oct 28, 10:40pm - #311737 

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no, I haven't done it yet, when I do it, I'll take pics

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ravertony Oct 28, 10:53pm - #311738 
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how does this affect performance?? i have no info on this mod
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Jtultra Oct 29, 12:24am - #311739 

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it cools down your throttle body on hot days and what not keeping your hot coolant from circulating through your TB, giving it a chance to cool down. from what I know

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Larry_GTS Oct 29, 1:03am - #311740 
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hum... didn't know that . confused
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