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Old 12-16-2021, 06:12 PM   #1
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LLT Ported Throttle Body

2010 1LT RS 3.6 LLT


Does anyone have a current link or experience with a ported throttle
body.
or does anyone have the PN for the overkill 76mm throttle body?


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Old 01-04-2022, 05:22 PM   #2
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Any thoughts or recommendations


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Old 01-04-2022, 06:23 PM   #3
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Any thoughts or recommendations


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Take a look at this site for starters.

https://www.c6performance.net/catalo...-p-500357.html
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That’s for the LFX engine, I don’t believe it’s compatible with the LLT.

OP: I had the Overkill 76 mm on my LLT. It adds a bit to the mid and mostly upper end, in my experience, but takes away a bit on the low end. I had it before I supercharged and was already thinking of switching back to stock. Will actually recommended that I run the stock tb after supercharging. But, they’re popular. These engines are light on torque and it comes on kinda slow. If that matters to you, maybe stick with what you got.

Are you tuned?
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That’s for the LFX engine, I don’t believe it’s compatible with the LLT.

OP: I had the Overkill 76 mm on my LLT. It adds a bit to the mid and mostly upper end, in my experience, but takes away a bit on the low end. I had it before I supercharged and was already thinking of switching back to stock. Will actually recommended that I run the stock tb after supercharging. But, they’re popular. These engines are light on torque and it comes on kinda slow. If that matters to you, maybe stick with what you got.

Are you tuned?


You are correct, the link was the wrong one.

Try this link?

https://www.c6performance.net/catalo...-p-519239.html
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Old 01-13-2022, 06:27 PM   #6
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Thanks for the info


not tuned yet, but thinking about Will's or the Trifecta
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