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JT ZR-Won

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I was just wondering if anyone had info on a port and polish job on the intake and injector housings. I would like to take those parts up to Aaron Scott in GA but was wondering about price and time needed to do the work. Also, does anyone know of somebody else that does good work in the FL area?? I don't mind sending the parts out for a while as I don't put very many miles on the car anyway.

Also, when I do get the parts ported and polished, should I then go with a 63mm throttle body or keep the stock one?

Jay
 

Hib Halverson

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On a 90 porting/polishing the housings and partially porting/polishing the plenum is a valuable modification.

However, a 90 with just those modes done cannot use a 64mm TB so save your money there.

Big TBs really only are useful once you jump to 368 cuin.

If you live in the southeast, Aaron Scott is the best source for that work.
 

rkreigh

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Aaron Scott does fantastic work. Also Greg V. and Jim Milstead, Bill Kirchoffer.

all of these guys offer great work.

since you are so close, I would give Aaron the nod. tell em ron said hi.

I hope to get down there this fall for the ZR1 LT5 Registry Southeast meet.

Aaron is a super guy.
 

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