whatuptkhere
whatuptkhere
8/20/19
7:52 PM
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Read the article on Hackaday! I love this idea! I also heard from someone that you could take the factory ITBs from a AE86 and use an adapter plate for the Mazda B6 1.6L Engine to give it that glorious ITB sound.

Alas, I live in California, so I can’t do it to my NB lol.


8/20/19
7:49 PM
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I love this.

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8/20/19
3:15 PM
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What in the name of Ned Ludd is going on here?

8/20/19
2:10 PM
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Why not just do itb’s? Why carbs? I am genuinely curious. From what I hear they just seem to be a hassle, but I haven’t looked into them tbh.

8/20/19
11:36 AM
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+1 for twin Webers. That sounds great. I’ve got twin 40mm DCOEs on my 75' BMW, and an ANSA exhaust with a tiny can. It sounds amazing.

8/20/19
10:51 AM
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I was thinking, when I had my NB, of putting ITB’s on it, but for a daily, that wouldn’t be the best idea. 

5/19/19
12:25 PM
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Aftermarket radios often stick out like a sore thumb, but I’ve been using them to upgrade from old tape decks to CD players with AUX and/or USB input, so they’ve always been worth it.

5/19/19
11:56 AM
1

Interesting video! Subscribed to your channel friend! You need to upload more car stuff! :P

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5/19/19
11:48 AM
1

I agree with you about aftermarket stereos. Unless you hide it or really change the factory center console up to integrate it, they just look out of place. The volume button on my Miata finally became unmanageable. My solution was simpler: remove it, save weight lol. Made a blanking plate out of cardboard and light Read more