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Old 09-19-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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Throttle Body

Hey the shop who I'm going to get my gears said they have a 60mm polished accufab throttle body that he would sell me for 250.00

Think that's a steal ? Knowing they go for 350+


It would be cheaper than getting a cold air intake .. ( 280+ )
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Assuming it's used tell him 175$. Otherwise if its brand new, hell. It's a hundred bucks off.
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:08 PM   #3
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Assuming it's used tell him 175$. Otherwise if its brand new, hell. It's a hundred bucks off.
Well I know they had it on this procharged mach 1 but he upgraded to a bigger throttle body, it's a couple months old
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Just check lethalperformance and they want 400 new for the throttle body ,
Didn't realiZe how pricey 4V things are
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Now a guy on svtp is offering to sell me a bbk 62mm for 200 shipped ..

Help ?
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:40 PM   #6
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2 more mm and 50 less bucks!!!
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If I had to choose I'd definetly go with the accufab , the bbk's butterfly is known to get stuck open (bad news) but when upgrading the tb you'll most likely gave to upgrade the cai to feed the beast
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If I had to choose I'd definetly go with the accufab , the bbk's butterfly is known to get stuck open (bad news) but when upgrading the tb you'll most likely gave to upgrade the cai to feed the beast
i got a BBK and so far so good i like accufab but the twin 65pulled me in cause the biggest accufab i found was twin62. Im with you on the CAI though its really a go big or go home thing you shouldnt buy one without the other
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i got a BBK and so far so good i like accufab but the twin 65pulled me in cause the biggest accufab i found was twin62. Im with you on the CAI though its really a go big or go home thing you shouldnt buy one without the other
So yes for the BBK ?

If anything I was going to install the manifold spacer , TB , CAI all at the same time
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So yes for the BBK ? If anything I was going to install the manifold spacer , TB , CAI all at the same time
i personally havent had and issues they come with a paper that tell you how to move the set screw and not to let it bite into the aluminum housing and things like that

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That is the difference in my stock and my BBK just as a reference point to maybe help. I think if you do all tht at once you will be happier and notice throttle response goes up ALOT
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