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Old 01-16-2015, 08:03 PM   #1
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Arrow Skunk2 Pro Series 64mm Throttle body - FLASH INVENTORY SALE!

Skunk2 Pro Series 64mm Throttle body - WAS: $315.99 NOW:$258!

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Applications in stock:
3x 99-05 - including MSM
5x 94-97

- Direct OEM replacement
- 64mm ID (OE is 56mm)
- Commonly installed to prevent known shaft failures with the OE TB in high RPM applications.



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All orders that went over our initial inventory have been shipped.. More arrived today: Order HERE

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Stop putting things on sale that I already own!
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Honestly though, what don't you own at this point?
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Does the outside dimension of the inlet hose coupling area remain the same? In other words, can I use the same hose?
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It is bigger, though I used the same hose from my FM kit... It was a good pain to get it on. Nothing a little tough love didn't fix.
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I feel the same way every time I see a new sale come up!
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Honestly though, what don't you own at this point?
I don't own a turbo Miata...

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It is bigger, though I used the same hose from my FM kit... But it was a good pain to get it on. Nothing a little tough love didn't fix.
You must have pushed that thing really hard because I was uncomfortable with the pressure I was applying to my FMII 90 elbow. Perhaps I need to man up? I grabbed one of the cheapie 2.5" elbows out of my box of random silicone and jammed it on there, but I feel like 2.75" is an all around better choice. And a legit T-Bolt clamp, of course.
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