Reviewed By Nick B (Dell Rapids, SD) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 —5/25/2015 12:18 PM
I put this on my truck and you can feel the power added to it
Reviewed By Paul B (austin, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang —5/23/2015 6:53 AM
Since I've already upgraded the ECU tune, CAI, Shorty Headers, and exhaust, I considered the next most cost effective step would be a throttle body. I already knew peak gains were minimal but I am primarily focusing on increasing the low- to mid-range torque band. The install was stupid easy. While I do feel that the power delivery is stronger and smoother, the gains felt minimal even after a tune. I haven't seen a loss/gain in average MPG. Not a bad product overall.
Reviewed By Randall L (Middlesex, NC) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Corvette —9/10/2013 4:28 PM
Supplied throttle body bolts were too long. Removed 1 cm off the top bolt because it extended out onto the EGR block off plate. Removed .5 cm off the bottom bolts because they bottomed out in the intake before snugging up the throttle body. The shoulders of the intake bolts extended below the intake itself. I used a die to cut the threads up .5 cm on the shoulder. Intake = 85cm Throttle body = 80cm Supplied gasket = 79cm Called BBK - was told "no one else has complained about it"
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