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Old 03-15-2011, 03:01 AM   #1
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BBK 70mm throttle body

Has anybody had any problems setting the tps just right
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Has anybody had any problems setting the tps just right
Bbk isn't a very good piece. I have not heard many good reviews. Are you referring to the little idle screw or what exactly is the problem. Give me some details and I will what I can do for ya

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Well my stock tps is at 1.38 and when I put my new throttle body at that setting it works like it's supposed to. And yes I am referring to adjusting the idle screw. When I would open on the streets at about 125mph I would loose throttle response and tge angry wrench would come on.
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Well my stock tps is at 1.38 and when I put my new throttle body at that setting it works like it's supposed to. And yes I am referring to adjusting the idle screw. When I would open on the streets at about 125mph I would loose throttle response and tge angry wrench would come on.
K so are you thinking that maybe the blade isn't opening all the way. Do you have a cai/tune or any other intake mods or is it the stock tune. Did you flash a canned tune onto the ecu. I am just taking stabs in the dark here. I am more familiar with a 2v. I hope someone hops in here

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No tune just a CAI and the throttle body and I also just got the steeda spacer if that might help
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No tune just a CAI and the throttle body and I also just got the steeda spacer if that might help
There's your problem. Your getting more volume of air and the ecu isn't compensating with enough fuel. Either get a tuner or start removing pieces til it runs right again. Just a stab in the dark here. Take that spacer out first then take it out for a run. If it still does it put the stocker back on til you can get it tuned for your mods

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What type of tune should I put in
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Go put the highest octane you can get then flash the appropriate tune. See how that works

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Re: BBK 70mm throttle body

I Put a BBK t-body in my Mach 1 and had NOTHING BUT PROBLEMS !!!!!!!
I would NEVER buy another one ...........
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I Put a BBK t-body in my Mach 1 and had NOTHING BUT PROBLEMS !!!!!!!
I would NEVER buy another one ...........
That's not the first time I have heard that about bbk throttle bodies. There is a reason why Accufab costs double. I have a 70mm Accufab and I could really tell the difference over the 65mm stocker

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