Thanks to Waveydavey on celicaclubuk for showing me how to do this..
As some of you may know hot coolant goes through the throttle body to prevent it freezing, The air going through the TB gets heated up quite abit (try touching the TB whilst the engine is up to temp
), no matter what cold air system you have, all the air going through the TB is getting heated up which kinda makes the cold air system pointless in my opinion, here in the UK i dont think that the TB is not going to freeze ever because the temp wont drop that low, so i think its safe to bypass the pipes..
if you want to do this then this is what you need..
an 8mm connector (£1.25 on ebay) and a flat head screwdriver and 2 jubillee clips
here you can see the two pipes that the hot coolant flows through,
1 facing down and 1 facing to the right
Under the the TB pulley behind the oil gauge sensor (aftermarket on mine)
behind the TB
smply undo the jubilee clips and pull em off
then find a piece of pipe about so long and join them together
Hope you guys like, and hope you all notice a slight difference in power, every little helps
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