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Old 01-03-2013, 01:06 PM   #1
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Anyone's nowhere to get a rebuilt custom throttle body? I have the intake plenum and cold air but would like to replace the stock throttle body for something more aggressive.
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Are you looking for a specific size? American Muscle hast good selection of sizes and brands
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Anyone's nowhere to get a rebuilt custom throttle body? I have the intake plenum and cold air but would like to replace the stock throttle body for something more aggressive.
Unfortunately I'm not sure where to get a rebuilt throttle body. However, you should check Craigslist etc..

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You won't have much luck with bored throttle bodies. I hear some trucks have a bigger TB, but I doubt it's plug and play or everyone would be doing it. Your best best is aftermarket, I recommend BBK.
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:53 PM   #5
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Thanks for the start!
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:55 PM   #6
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I have a BBK T/B. Thats your best bet for a n/a motor.
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:11 PM   #7
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I just got a 70mm BBK throttle body of eBay for a whopping $66! Just have to wait for the best deal!
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I've got my eyes out! Why did you go with 70 as app opposed to 62 or even larger?
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70 is all I need for my application. Im n/a. Hoping to get 10 extra horses from it. Also i am getting my 4.10 gears installed at the same time so there will be one heck of a difference when I drive it home from the shop!
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:51 PM   #10
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E150 have stock 70 mm tb and its plug and play and so do others

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E150 have stock 70 mm tb and its plug and play and so do others
Crown vics have the nice elbow that fit nicely and flow good
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:54 PM   #11
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What year crown vics?
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:12 PM   #12
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Mostly 02 and up ill post it up soon as i find it thru my email. Someone had asked me earlier and i sent them the message with a list of cars with the tb and the part number for the tb
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:25 PM   #14
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Crown vic plenum opening is 72mm stock btw
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Mustang 65?
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The plenum might be 66 ish stock. Crown vic plenum flows better and easier to port
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My goal is to add a configural supercharger so I went with the 78mm throttle body/ plenum combo...people say you loose go with it but I would have to see numbers to believe them. My car feels like a whole new car after adding that and a CAI....
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My goal is to add a configural supercharger so I went with the 78mm throttle body/ plenum combo...people say you loose go with it but I would have to see numbers to believe them. My car feels like a whole new car after adding that and a CAI....
I have 75mm tb and plenum loss is little to none really throttle response is greater and works great for fi later down the road. As to tbs f150 with either the 5.4 or 4.6 have 70mm stock. Plug that with a crown vic plenum and enjoy the feel since u get a different more responsive throttle and some gains. Plus its cheap as well at a junkyard. Soon as i get to a computer ill post the part number to look for on crown vics and e150 as well as f150s for the tb
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E150 have stock 70 mm tb and its plug and play and so do others

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Crown vics have the nice elbow that fit nicely and flow good
I thought u had to modify the f150 TB to work? That's awesome if u don't. Ill be hitting up the junkyard in a couple weeks.
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Typically, how much power increase do you expect with a 70 mm tb on a na motor?
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Whats the difference between the 75 mm and 70 mm. is it much more power?
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Typically, how much power increase do you expect with a 70 mm tb on a na motor?
roughly about 5 to 7 hp to the wheel, not much of a significant one to begin however whatever else u add on to it helps greatly with more gain.

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Whats the difference between the 75 mm and 70 mm. is it much more power?
biggest difference is more on the fi side, with fi a 75mm would be more beneficial as well as a 78 mm. 75 mm could work just fine for n/a depending on various factors like what mods you have, cams, intake, head job, etc etc.

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YC2U-BA this is the part number for the 70mm tbs that come stock for these cars, plus some of them have a spacer from factory with them. here is the list of the cars as well as year, for an f150 however u have to know what to look for, thats y i gave u a part number so u can see if its that or not. but safer to go with an e150 since there are alot of them at a junkyard.

EXCURSION 00-03 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L SOHC)
EXCURSION 04-05 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD F250SD PICKUP 04 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD F250SD PICKUP 99-03 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD F350SD PICKUP 04 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD F350SD PICKUP 99-03 Throttle Valve Assm; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 02-03 Throttle Valve Assm, E450; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 02-03 Throttle Valve Assm, E550; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 03-04 Throttle Valve Assm, E250; 8-281 (4.6L)
FORD VAN 04 Throttle Valve Assm, E150; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD VAN 04 Throttle Valve Assm, E250; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD VAN 04 Throttle Valve Assm, E350; 8-330 (5.4L), ID YC2U-BA
FORD VAN 98 Throttle Valve Assm, E150; 8-281 (4.6L), from 6/1/98
FORD VAN 98 Throttle Valve Assm, E150; 8-330 (5.4L), from 6/1/98
FORD VAN 98 Throttle Valve Assm, E250; 8-330 (5.4L), from 6/1/98
FORD VAN 98 Throttle Valve Assm, E350; 8-330 (5.4L), from 6/1/98
FORD VAN 99-03 Throttle Valve Assm, E150; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 99-03 Throttle Valve Assm, E250; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 99-03 Throttle Valve Assm, E350; 8-330 (5.4L)
FORD VAN 99-04 Throttle Valve Assm, E150; 8-281 (4.6L)
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Why are the bbk so expensive. I saw on ebay a piece thats just the butterfly part. Will that work on stock tb. Or should I go with the whole assembly
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Check out ebay and search for 03 mustang throttle body and its a picture of a black one... It's this guy that rebuilds them ports them and really opens them up. It looks like a great deal. He will even give you a 50$ refund once you send him your stock throttle body. He also has the large ford racing elbow intakes that he bores out. Rally reasonable.

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I've got one coming from this guy. Should be here this week and as soon as I get thirty minutes to throw it on I'll let you know. I also have a jet programmer so this should reawaken this motor.
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I've got a stock plenum / tb It's been sandblastedand painted. It was also cleaned with ultrasonic cleaner. Has new gasket also
$40 shipped if u want it
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70$ + 50$ refundable core charge
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