The problem will be with getting the computer to function properly with the larger throttle body. It isn't as easy as the old carburaters. Everything on a computererized engine is carefully matched and balanced.
There are a couple things that you might be able to get by with to increase power a little without a complete computer system replacement, for example, you might be able to put on headers, increase the compression by no more than one point and go to a SLIGHTLY more aggressive camshaft. Anything beyond that will cause problems, but be careful with the camshaft, that can be trickey.
The fuel does not go to the throttle body it goes to the fuel injectors.
Generally the larger line is the inlet and the smaller line is the return.
On fuel injection models its more like a flow adjustment in the throttle body. It is usually a larger screw about 1/2 in. in diameter. Just around the throttle body. Not on the throttle moving system at all.
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TBI stands for throttle Body Injection. This is when The fuel injectors are mounted on the throttle body. Some mistake the throttle body for a carburetor So the answer to your question is the fuel system.
A throttle body spacer can save fuel as well as improve performance. This is done by adjusting the flow of air and fuel as it enters the intake.
In the throttle body, no but each fuel injector (there is two of them) has a filter.
tbi is Chevy's abbreviation for Throttle Body Injection. In this type of fuel injection system fuel is squirted into the throttle body above the manifold.
A throttle body is fuel injected, A carburetor is not, Fuel injection responds better then a carb. and you have less problems with it. There is no comparison .
Both. It has fuel injectors and a throttle body.
A fuel injector pulse is the product of an electrical charge controlled by the ecm to briefly open an injector. If the engine is throttle body injected, you would find the injectors in the throttle body.
In the throttle body.
Gas is not fed through the throttle body on a 1999. The fuel injectors are where the fuel is dispensed.
Throttle body injection has one injector located in the throttle body that supplies fuel to the intake manifold. This fuel flows to all cylinders just like it does on a vehicle with a carburetor. Port injection uses tubes with poppet valves from a central injector to spray fuel at each intake port rather than the central throttle body.
As long as your car is fuel injected, it has a throttle body. Yes, your Audi has a throttle body.
It depends on if you have a carburetor or fuel injection but it is probably in the throttle body. You could have trash in your throttle body or the throttle body is worn out.
Not enough fuel is reaching the throttle body, check your fuel pressure it may be your pump going out.
Because the port fuel injection sprays the fuel right onto the back of each intake valve. This means each cylinder is getting the exact same amount of fuel as the rest which helps with fuel efficiency and the amount of power created. Whereas the TBI (throttle body injection) has only one or two large fuel injectors spraying down through the throttle plate and into the intake manifold. Then the fuel just kinda gets sucked into each cylinder and usually goes for the cylinder that is creating the most vacuum.
in the fuel tank.
It is throttle body fuel injected.
the throttle position sensor is mounted on the throttle body of the engine
no more carburetors. fuel injected throttle body. throttle body is at the end of the air intake hose on the engine.
You have to have the computer for the throttle body carb and the fuel pump to match it good luck