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DBW Throttle

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2020/01/29 20:51:21 (permalink)

DBW Throttle

Hi all,
I'm in the process of going DBW throttle with my Gen2 3SGTE. I'm running a Link G4+ that has been modded to support it.

I started looking at a 2ZR throttle body, but the dimensions were too difficult to make work. Since then, I got some information that the 2AZ throttle body has a 65mm opening reducing to 55mm on the manifold side. Bolt pattern appears to be the same too!
I've got a Gen1 3SGE intake that I'll be bolting it to.
Does anybody have any experience with DBW throttle on a 3S that might be able to shed some light on how they've done it or what TB they used?

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    Re: DBW Throttle 2020/01/30 18:03:55 (permalink)
    Havent actually fitted mine yet, but imho, just grab a new bosch unit. They're not that expensive. You can get weld on ally flanges with o rings so no gasket needed to.
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    Re: DBW Throttle 2020/02/01 20:41:31 (permalink)
    Drive by wire throttle body will work, as in Nissan or Toyota etc. Corrola are small from memory.

    I haven't heard of any being bolt up, you need to see a welder to put on an adaptor plate.

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