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Old 02-02-2012
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Coolant Lines to the Intake

I dont think ive seen any threads on this or on i figure i ask

i was in class listening to some grease monkeys and they were talking about the coolant lines going to the TB. they were talking about if you remove them, the car showed alot of improvment. and another kid shook his head in agreement.

what the deal with this? can we do? has it been done?
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Old 02-06-2012
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probably not needed if you're not in a very cold climate where your throttle body could ice up... I didn't buy the "special" heater hoses when the time came, so it's not hooked up on mine. I can't say I have really noticed any difference, my truck is moody anyway.
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