4G13p T/boby to 4G93p T/body..........

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kiran84

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hi.........everyone...........just wanted to know...........?

will there be any better or more performance what so ever , if i change my stock 4g13(wira 1.3) throttle body to a GTI throttle body...............

will i have to set anything or do something....?

what will i loss............and what will i gain...............????

really dunno.............Pls let me know.............

thanks in advance......................
 
can't fit at all...different series as the 4G9X series is for twin cam and 4G1X single. The engine bay is slightly different. But some may say same... I don't know :) Shoot me if i'm wrong k?
 
ohh da TB issue , last time also i find alot .. gti wan i kenot fit lerr.. what i heard from my mech is that u can either grind the existing wan bigger and custom a bigger butterfly valve, or of cos u can change to 1.5 or 1.6's TB, not sure but i heard the old version perdana's TB also can fit, the non V6 wan. about performance increase or not im not sure cos in the end i didnt change my TB cos some forummers told me that our current 1.3 TB already suck in more air than our engine needed, so even if we have a bigger TB for our 1.3 it wouldnt make any difference. ( pls correct my if im wrong)
 
I am also in doubt. Because my mech say can. It applies only to the S-VDO version of both engines. The design is basically the same except the 4G93P TB has a larger throttle opening. According to my mech lar..

And guys, don't mix-up the intake manifold and the TB. TB connects to the IM and then to the engine. TB is not the whole thing.

So i guess, if the mounting is the same, it can be done. But the opening at the IM should be bored to match the TB diameter. Otherwise no point doing so. Anyway, i am not sure whether the IM internal diameter is the same for both engines. But i think shouldn't be (the same).
 

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