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AT Power Duratec Throttle Bodies

AT Power direct to head Ford Duratec Throttle Bodies. Ran on a modified duratec 2.0 engine at Scholar Race Engines to compare to other systems available. The graphs show our straight 42mm system making 268bhp, and the tapered system with 50mm trumpets making 271bhp. The 45mm conventional throttle bodies made 263bhp. Sorry I didn't get any high load video, I was busy watching the screens. www.atpower.co.uk


 


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