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> 42mm individual throttle bodies (GSXR?), Perfect for making your own setup using Megasquirt
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post Jul 10 2018, 10:15 PM
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$125 shipped in the US.

Includes the 4 injectors, tps and extra fuel rail.

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post Jul 11 2018, 01:03 AM
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They do look like GSXR 1000 throt bods. Out of interest: any chance you could slap a ruler across the top - what is the spacing of the centers? Always wondered about how easy these would be to adapt to early 911 engines,

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I used GSX-R 750 (40mm) throttle bodies in a 911 build a few years ago. 42mm would be GSX-R 1000.
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QUOTE(Retroracer @ Jul 11 2018, 11:11 AM) *

They do look like GSXR 1000 throt bods. Out of interest: any chance you could slap a ruler across the top - what is the spacing of the centers? Always wondered about how easy these would be to adapt to early 911 engines,

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80mm center to center, however these come apart so that spacing can be made bigger or smaller.
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QUOTE(roblav1 @ Jul 11 2018, 12:04 PM) *

I used GSX-R 750 (40mm) throttle bodies in a 911 build a few years ago. 42mm would be GSX-R 1000.


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Those are 2000 gsxr 750 throttle bodies. The remote secondary throttle valve controller is the giveaway. The 2001 gsxr 1000 and 750 use the same updated version with a direct control stepper motor. They both are 42mm. The 600 was 38mm. I have sets of both 750 and 600 sitting in a box.

These seem like the easiest to use because they are 4 individual setups. Whereas newer ones are mostly cast in pairs so the spacing is no longer adjustable. This is a pretty good price for these.
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Those are 2000 gsxr 750 throttle bodies. The remote secondary throttle valve controller is the giveaway. The 2001 gsxr 1000 and 750 use the same updated version with a direct control stepper motor. They both are 42mm. The 600 was 38mm. I have sets of both 750 and 600 sitting in a box.

These seem like the easiest to use because they are 4 individual setups. Whereas newer ones are mostly cast in pairs so the spacing is no longer adjustable. This is a pretty good price for these.



I had to google that secondary throttle box, had no idea what the heck it was!
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Nice catch by Chris.
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QUOTE(Mueller @ Jul 11 2018, 02:33 PM) *

QUOTE(Retroracer @ Jul 11 2018, 11:11 AM) *

They do look like GSXR 1000 throt bods. Out of interest: any chance you could slap a ruler across the top - what is the spacing of the centers? Always wondered about how easy these would be to adapt to early 911 engines,

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80mm center to center, however these come apart so that spacing can be made bigger or smaller.


Thanks for that - looks as though they could be persuaded to work on an early 911 case - GLWTS

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