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Texas speed 100mm mad or stock?

I'm wondering with my new setup if the 100mm tb would be better or if stock is OK i will have know CAI ls6 manifold ls2 90mm snout jba shorties 224r cam 114 lsa jba midpipe spinteck cat back 92 mm tb diablew tune. Should i get the 100mm tb or wait till i get heads?
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If it's the LS1 MAF I'd get the 100mm or the 85mm LS2 MAF with the bigger TB and snout. The LS1 only about 70mm

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