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Old 08-16-2013, 04:11 PM
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Default Removing walls on TB better MPG?

So I see these topics all over the internet, but nobody says anything about MPG. Did any of you who cut your TB walls and polished the intakes notice any MPG differences? Thanks in advance!
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I have not done so, but I would think since the manufacturers are under the gun to improve mileage, they would do it. So I doubt there are gains to be had there.
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