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Old September 8th, 2011, 12:38 PM   #396
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Originally Posted by whiterhino View Post
I've been running my DBW for something like 4 years without a single issue. I see no reason to cobble an existing design to go backwards with technology. Throttle response is instantaneous.

What reason does anyone see to revert back to DBC?
Didn't get a pedal with my engine/ecu/yada and needed to buy a bigger TB to go with the intake I chose to run. The IAC and TPS are the same for both TB's so no change there. My PCM supported DBC so there was no cobbling. GM sells the bracket that mounts on the truck intake so changing to a LS1TB that's cable driven doesn't involve any cobbling. I guess I would call bending/cutting/welding the DBW pedal to fit where a perfectly fine DBC pedal is already located cobbling They both have thier failure methods, they're both "instaneous", to each thier own I guess.
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