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I have a jdm throttle body and I was wondering if I was able to delete the coolant ports from the front and then just connect the two hoses or make one. I don't see why this would cause a problem can someone correct me if I'm wrong
 

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It is singled yes, and the car never sees winter and hardly sees any cold weather so I don't see a point in leaving them if they can be removed
 

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I think they are there to prevent icing of the inside of the throttle body in cold, damp weather. Airplanes with reciprocating engines have a "carb heat" function to prevent the same thing.
 

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I believe you are correct in what they are for, to keep the butterfly's from sticking in cold weather, I don't drive the car in the cold which is why I don't see an issue taking them out I just want to make sure it isn't going to harm anything
 

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I don't have mine hooked up.
 
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