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Old 02-10-2014, 03:49 PM   #1
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Throttle body help

Does anyone have this one their car that can give me some feedback on it im thinking about buying it and just wanted a little more review on itClick image for larger version

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Old 02-10-2014, 04:21 PM   #2
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I don't have any personal experience with it but TB are just about all the same unless you want to spend $ on accufab. Even then the difference is marginal. If you haven't already, I recommend getting a plenum first then TB.
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Cheap mod is get an f150 tb from years 03 i posted a post earlier on whoch ones had stock 70 mm tb from factory.
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Cheap mod is get an f150 tb from years 03 i posted a post earlier on whoch ones had stock 70 mm tb from factory.

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Thanks for all the advice yall i went ahead and postponed the throttle body until i get enough to buy the plenum and throttle body just like jetlife had suggested i bought the under drive pullies for now until i save up a little more money
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I have it.. It's just like all others, don't waste it on an accufab. This is what I done. I got the 75mm SR tb and accufab plenum. Saved some money. you can got with SR tb/plenum I just wanted the accufab on top. It is a good product other than the throttle cable hole wasn't lined up and was a little small not a huge deal get a drill and drill it out way worth it over the accufab just because of price.
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Thanks for all the advice yall i went ahead and postponed the throttle body until i get enough to buy the plenum and throttle body just like jetlife had suggested i bought the under drive pullies for now until i save up a little more money
The SR throttle bodies work nicely with an upgraded intake plenum. I think it was wise of you to hold off and install them both at the same time. You'll notice a much more significant gain in low end power with the combo, as well as throttle response.

Under-drive pulley's give a nice the engine more grunt too, but first I would upgrade the CAI if you already haven't. Optimizing the airflow through the engine is ideal for picking up power. Have you already upgraded the CAI?

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Yea i have a bbk cai
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Shane or anyone who has them i have a question for you about the bbk underdrive pullies when i put the crank pulley on i also add my stock damper back on too of it too right
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For under drive pulleys get steeda. Hands down better. BBK and other are piggy back style.
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My bbk are already shipped
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Shane or anyone who has them i have a question for you about the bbk underdrive pullies when i put the crank pulley on i also add my stock damper back on too of it too right
Correct. The BBK UD pullies mount to the factory harmonic balancer. There's also two install guides on the product page, within the "installation" tab. Here's a direct link if you need it! The install guide is very straight forward and should answer all of your questions.

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Old 02-12-2014, 08:15 PM   #13
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Thanks for the help just got them in today just have to wait until Monday to put them on. Pictures to come as soon as the weather decides it wants to warm up a little bit and no more snow
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