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Old 01-10-2012, 09:15 AM   #1
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I installed a new FAST 92mm Intake, and new LS2 Throttle Body this weekend. I hope to get it tuned in the next week or so.

I wrote a procedure on the install on my web site.
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Hope this helps someone out !
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Old 01-10-2012, 09:55 AM   #2
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nice write-up
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Old 01-10-2012, 10:59 AM   #3
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nice write-up
Thanks Don !

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Old 01-10-2012, 11:33 AM   #4
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Very cool!

Thanks for the pics and the instructions!

While driving your faster Vette, be sure to SAVE the WAVE!
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:35 AM   #5
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Excellent awesome write up
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Nice write up.... do you still have 30# injectors? You might want to upgrade to larger injectors as you get your tuned. I have a similar set up, AFR 205, cam, ported FAST 90 and LS2 TB....my injectors (stock) duty cycle is 100% at WOT. I'm upgrading to #42.
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Thank you! I just got a FAST 90/90 that I'll be installing in about a month. I've been looking for a quality write up like this one. Where did you get the connector that goes in the air coupler?
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Nice write up.... do you still have 30# injectors? You might want to upgrade to larger injectors as you get your tuned. I have a similar set up, AFR 205, cam, ported FAST 90 and LS2 TB....my injectors (stock) duty cycle is 100% at WOT. I'm upgrading to #42.
Thanks ! I have SVO 30# injectors that flow 36#. Funny you mention it because I was going to ask my tuner what Duty cycle I'm running once I tune it.... Thanks for the heads up !

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Thank you! I just got a FAST 90/90 that I'll be installing in about a month. I've been looking for a quality write up like this one. Where did you get the connector that goes in the air coupler?
Your welcome. I hope it helps. I got the various air connector parts at Auto Zone. Many parts places carry these parts though. They are made by a company called DORMAN, and are part of the "HELP" series of parts. Generic parts really. Good luck !

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Just had a fast 90 and ls2 tb installed...port matched like yours.....we ended up putting in some ford 42# injectors for peace of mind......hopefully that helps
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Outstanding writeup. I appreciate the fact that you are so **** about cleanliness. You cleaned the compartment before you did your install. You cleaned every part before reinstalling it. You are truly a Corvette guy! Again, outstanding!
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Bookmarked for future reference!
Thanks man! Nice job.

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This write-up is excellent. Well done
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Thanks guys !

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Outstanding writeup. I appreciate the fact that you are so **** about cleanliness. You cleaned the compartment before you did your install. You cleaned every part before reinstalling it. You are truly a Corvette guy! Again, outstanding!
Perfect time to clean it all up when its all apart !
I know I have OCD about my car.... ... Just ask my wife, She says I stroke my car more than her...

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Outstanding writeup. I appreciate the fact that you are so **** about cleanliness. You cleaned the compartment before you did your install. You cleaned every part before reinstalling it. You are truly a Corvette guy! Again, outstanding!
For those of you who haven't see this guy's web site, like me, do so. He must do this stuff for a living. On his website he shares all the mods we'd all like to do with part numbers, pictures, and links. His led section is incredible. Again, outstanding. Thank you!
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For those of you who haven't see this guy's web site, like me, do so. He must do this stuff for a living. On his website he shares all the mods we'd all like to do with part numbers, pictures, and links. His led section is incredible. Again, outstanding. Thank you!
Thank you sir ! I just do this as a hobby. Engineer by trade though. At work I HAVE to be very detailed on what I do. I often write procedures at work for co-workers to learn from.

I have learned so much from this forum in the 10+ years I have been surfing here. I like to share what I have learned when I can. I might not know much, but I try to share what I have learned....

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Stop, Stop,Stop... he won't be able to walk into the door Sundays for our weekly GTG!!! Do NOT encourage this guy...


Just kidding Mark... Awesome write up, even a more awesome car and a pretty good guy!!
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Stop, Stop,Stop... he won't be able to walk into the door Sundays for our weekly GTG!!! Do NOT encourage this guy...

Just kidding Mark... Awesome write up, even a more awesome car and a pretty good guy!!
Thanks Matt.... I think...
Just don't ask for help with an LS2 install. I don't think T&A Motorsports can handle that yet...

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Great write up. I learned some things. The pictures helped.

Any idea how much hp you gained with the upgrade?
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Great write up. I learned some things. The pictures helped.

Any idea how much hp you gained with the upgrade?
Thanks ! My car is under wraps until I can schedule a tune over at LG's. Hopefully in a week of so.

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Where is the top line of what is it the catch can? Where is that line going, it looks to be going underneath the intake.

Also after you got yours on did you notice it defintely needs a retune because its acting alil funny?

Mine is atleast
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