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Old 01-24-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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Bbk 70 mm throttle body for 05 v6

Are they worth getting it? Does it make any difference at all? Thanks guys for the ideas...
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Not really a big difference but I noticed better mpg an throttle response maybe like 10-15 hp with a tune but its not worth the money unless u plan on forced induction
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Yea, more for people planning on F/I. If you really want one for an N/A V6, try a ported and polished stock TB close to the Bbk TB performance at a third of the price.
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Yea, more for people planning on F/I. If you really want one for an N/A V6, try a ported and polished stock TB close to the Bbk TB performance at a third of the price.
What is forced induction? And polished stock tb? How does it work? Thanks
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Wow. Well forced induction is as the name sounds, forcing compressed air into the engine so it can burn more fuel (more importantly produce more power) either through a supercharger or turbocharger system.

Porting is altering the size or geometry of the throttle body by drilling, reaming, grinding, Etc. then polishing it to a smooth finish to reduce air friction.

There are companies/individuals out there that take a stock TB say from our mustang which is I think 60mm and will enlarge the diameter to 65-68mm and polish it to acheive performance close to that of an after market 70mm TB at a fraction if the price.

Correct me if I'm wrong. I don't claim to be a knowitall
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Wowww it seems like u know everything and it sounds right, i would just buy the 70 mm throttle bodies cos i think from where i came from i dont think people here are big in mustang and supercharger. But thanks for the info appreciate it..
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Just be ready to do a bit of work swapping the throttle position sensor over from your stock TB
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Just be ready to do a bit of work swapping the throttle position sensor over from your stock TB
It's not that hard it's pretty much plug n play
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Don't go bigger than 70 though if you do get one
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