A decent upgrade
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.
2007 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 Throttle Body Review
Reviewed By Joshua M (DOUGLASSVILLE, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado —4/1/2015 7:53 AM
This item was backordered, so it took a little while to ship to me, however it was very easy to install, just remove the cold air intake hose clamp, take out four bolts, and unplug, Do Not Forget to unplug the battery like i did, or the throttle body will not reprogram to your vehicles computer. I did not see much throttle response on take off, but at high speeds you can tell a difference....Ex. from 70-100 mph. Autoanything.com's price was the best one i found on the internet, All in all i was pleased with the product, but be prepared to have high throttle for the first 100 miles after installing, after that my truck runs good and i am happy with my bolt on mod. I would reccomend buying.
Got rid of the whistling...
Reviewed By Jim C (Tampa, FL) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang —5/8/2015 12:40 PM
The BBK intake looks very well made and install took all of 15 min. I have the BBK cold air intake and it caused a slight whistling sound when I first stepped on the gas. I was told that it was from the pen I take not allowing enough air in at first. Bought this larger one and the whistle is no more. Noticed very little gains. Marginal throttle response. Car does not have a tune. All stock except for CAI and this.