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I got VMP's Dual 66mm Throttle Body today and installed it tonight. I took a few pics of both throttle body's, VMP's dual 66mm & Whipple MonoBlade. Right off the bat it idle's down quickly and idle's right at 800rpm. I also put in a set of new FMS 80lb injectors. Going to get everything tuned this Saturday. I will post the new dyno numbers to compare Whipple MonoBlade vs. VMP Dual 66mm - and the winner is....:dunno2:

PS: For sale: Whipple 160mm MonoBlade :bigwink:
 

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Its seems to me as though your going to have better air flow with the 160mm as apposed to the 132mm no? How many lbs are you running?
 

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I like the dual blade air foil design better, they have more aircharge velocity opposed to the big mouth monoblade design. I'm not flaming Whipple , they make a great product, but look at how many used monoblades are for sale compared to the dual blades. I'm sure there is a reason for that.
 

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Good to hear you got it on. I just put one on a TVS car today for a magazine article. I think it would take an 800rwhp gt500 to show a power difference between the monoblade and my dual 66mm. I have a monoblade here for testing, and I have compared it to my dual 66mm on my car making 18psi/700rwhp and saw no difference in power or intake vacuum/restriction.
 

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Good to hear you got it on. I just put one on a TVS car today for a magazine article. I think it would take an 800rwhp gt500 to show a power difference between the monoblade and my dual 66mm. I have a monoblade here for testing, and I have compared it to my dual 66mm on my car making 18psi/700rwhp and saw no difference in power or intake vacuum/restriction.
we shall test that out as soon as I get mine on the dyno!!!!! I think it will do just fine:bigwink:
 
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