Throttle Body

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  1. GTJake

    GTJake Founding Member

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    So not a big hit with the TB and 80mm PRO-M?

    Jake
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    Jake

    Please explain :shrug:

    Grady
  3. 94GTStang

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    I have a BBk unit and have had no problems with it.

    I haven't ran the car since it was bone stock 4 years ago. I did get some better throttle response, but other then that I couldn't tell you. Plus it's been on for two years.
    When I bought it, I was going to do heads and cam, but that plan has changed along with my bank account.
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    WERD!
    We got our order together, had them polished at the same shop, had them put on within 2 weeks of each other, and so far no problems for either.

    I believe they were $179 at Summit, then we paid $40 to have the top half (visible half) polished. No regrets at all!
    RC
  5. GTJake

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    I was just wondering if you got your TB and 80mm PRO-M MAF on yet and if you noticed a difference?

    Jake
  6. Green 94 5.0

    Green 94 5.0 Founding Member

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    i have the bbk 70mm as well. i got the throttle body when all i had were exhaust mods and an intake. i saw no gain with it, but knew what my plans were for the car and bought it anyway. i would much rather spend the money once and grow into the parts than buy smaller now and need to upgrade later.
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    If you get a 65mm now, you will have to grow A LOT for that not to be sufficient.

    I was in a shop last year and read an article from like 3-4 yrs ago in 5.0 where a 70mm LOST HP on a motor with just exhaust done. The 65 had some gain.

    The TB is an OVERRATED "power" mod!

    RC
  8. final5-0

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    Yes I got them on the car.

    Put the tb on first cause it was an easy install and I wanted to see how much of a gain I got.

    Tweecer showed I moved more air with the 65mm for sure. Low & mid range rpm felt stronger also. Top end seemed about the same but remember still using stock maf and catback at that time.

    The Pro-m 80mm is big *** I'm talking really big!!!

    I got it in the fender with a home made cai but not going to keep it that way. I was going to use a power pipe but that deal fell kinda fell by the wayside due to a different kind of pipe from what I was told.

    I'm still dialing in the maf curve which means spark is pulled back and no WOT stuff so I can't say anything about what gain the maf will bring. I made a pull at 1/3 throttle to about 4k and Tweecer showed more air moved over same kind of pull with stock maf. To me that is a good sign.

    Later
    Grady

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