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BBK Twin 62mm Throttle Body (05-10 GT)

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  • No Tuning or Computer Mods Required
  • Machined from High Quality Aluminum Castings
  • 15-20 RWHP and 20-25 RWTQ Increases
  • Fits 2005-2010 4.6L GT
Excellent Performance Gains. Replace your restrictive factory throttle body with a BBK Throttle body that features a generous, free flowing 62mm twin bore design. It is a simple, direct bolt-on install that does not require any computer tuning to enjoy the newly discovered power you have put on your drive-by-wire pony. Expect to see gains of 15-20 HP and 20-25 TQ.

Quality Construction. This BBK Mustang throttle body is CNC machined from high quality 356 aluminum to ensure OEM quality and a perfect fit. Features like OEM die stamped throttle linkages, double sealed bearings, and o ringed throttle shafts make this throttle body one of best on the market today.

Application. This BBK Twin 62mm Throttle Body is specifically designed to fit the 2005 to 2010 GT Mustangs with a 4.6L V8.

Technical Notes: This BBK product is not legal or intended for use in emission restrictive states.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • None Required - reuses stock OEM throttle body fasteners and o-ring.
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Throttle Body Specifications
Bore Size: Twin 62mm Single or Twin Blade: Twin
Year: 2005-2010 Model: 4.6 GT
Material: Aluminum Finish: Cast Finish
Manufacture: BBK Computer Tune Required: No
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

Most Helpful Reviews

Good Throttle Body

This throttle body works well, but beware. I have a K&N Cold Air Intake and I had to buy a larger throttle body adapter, because it would not fit over the new throttle body.

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Quick and simple

This was an easy bolt on. If you do the TPS sensor measurement before you start the installation, you'll save some time. My stock was at 1.276 and after reading the instructions and watching the video ...

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Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars


I’m Justin with, and this is our breakdown of BBK’s twin 62mm throttle body for the 2005-2012 Mustang GT, equipped with the 3 valve 4.6L motor. BBK has been on the View Full Transcript

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Will this throttle body be to big for my K&N cold air intake? I was reading the comments on this throttle body and noticed that someone had problems making his K&N CAI fit over the enlarged throttle body. Is this true? could I squeeze it on, or would I have to buy something to make it fit?

Diesel06GT Year: 2006 Model: GT

  • This will work with you intake. Might need to spray a little wd-40 on your silicon coupler to slide it over the new throttle body. But will work easy enough

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    BillyMack Year: 2012 Model: GT Top 1000 Contributor

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Spacer? Just out of curiosity is the spacer actually needed? I have a C&L CAI and the mouth is pretty big on it so I'm thinking it will fit anyways but will I even need the spacer?

ChrisK Year: 2005 Model: GT

  • This throttle body, as well as any aftermarket throttle body, should not be used in conjunction with a spacer. Throttle body spacers are intended for stock throttle body bore sizing and will constrict airflow, which ultimately offers a decrease in performance when the main goal is increased performance. Hope this helps!

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    LisaS Year: 1992 Model: GT

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WIll TB accept the Airaid intake Does anyone have this product installed with an Airaid CAI.

okiestroker Year: 2008 Model: GT

  • Yes and it works very well together should get the tune as well when you install

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    Carstng Year: 2007 Model: GT Top 250 Contributor

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Overall Rating 4.5

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

Installation Cost:$100-$250

  • Performance Gain 4.013699 4.0
  • Fit 4.534246 4.5
  • Bang For Your Buck 3.904109 3.9

  • 4/5

    October 21, 2008

    Good Throttle Body

    This throttle body works well, but beware. I have a K&N Cold Air Intake and I had to buy a larger throttle body adapter, because it would not fit over the new throttle body.


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  • 5/5

    April 15, 2010

    Quick and simple

    This was an easy bolt on. If you do the TPS sensor measurement before you start the installation, you'll save some time. My stock was at 1.276 and after reading the instructions and watching the video on the BBK website, the installation was pretty straight forward. If you want to save some time, do the TPS adjust step right away. The odds that you'll need to adjust it are pretty high. Save yourself the step of having to assemble the motor and do the spring once. Throttle response is way different from stock and sound is better. I can feel the difference in performance. I got this with a custom tune and it does feel better from my last tune.

    Luis Chardon

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  • 5/5

    November 09, 2010

    Great mod for 2010 GT

    I installed this item along with the Steeda CAI. It was a pretty easy install and watching the video on how to do it really made it simple. However, I do have to add that when I attempted to do the TPS voltage/adjustment the instructions said to get the voltage off the yellow wire, which for some reason, on my GT, that was the wrong wire. Other than that hiccup and my lack of being able to hold on to nuts/bolts/screws it was a very simple bolt on. And with the custom tune I felt a difference immediately. Well worth the $$. And as usual thanks to AM for an expedient delivery. Dolo (My GT) enjoys her birthday gifts…

    Jon K.

    Year: 2010 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 1/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    September 09, 2011


    The price tag caught my eye on this unit first: So cheap, right? Well there's a reason- It isn't a complete unit, 'some assembly required'. It requires parts off your stock throttle body, thereby rendering your stock TB useless. Not a big deal I suppose since you're upgrading, but I would have considered another product, one that is a 'bolt on' not a 'bolt on after you build it'. Now the big problem: I did several upgrades all at once. This TB, a K/N CIA, UD Pulleys, and a Pypes Cat-back mid-muf exhaust system. Suddenly began having misfire issues @3k RPMs in 4th and 5th, when crusing or accelerating slowly. Not racing through it, just holding it at 3-3.5k in those 2 gears. Changed plugs. Changed coils. Changed injectors. Changed to the BBK CIA (more on this in a moment). Problem continued. Took it to my buddy's Ford dealership and ran a compression test- Ran at 100% on 6/8 cylinders, and the other 2 were so close, it might as well have been all 8. The tech was surprised at the results considering the vehicle has 100k miles on it. Said these were the best test results he'd seen on a car with that many miles. Just installed the Ford Racing Throttle 62mm Throttle body: Problem solved. I don't know why, don't ask me to explain it, but simple fact is, the problem was there, and now it's gone. I'm not a FR salesman, I'm a law student who wants his Mustang to run and sound like a SOB. Now it does. The throttle response with the new unit is better, and oh yeah, I can cruise @ 3k in 4th/5th gear without the engine stumbling all over itself. I'm willing to accept that maybe even it's my installer's fault, and he didn't move the parts over properly or something, but that goes to my first point: The FR Throttle Body came out of the box, went onto the car, and was bolted down, end of story. Finally: If you read all that and say "What do you know, I'll make it work and save the $200", so be it, but keep this in mind: If you want a CIA as well, or already have one, make sure it's the BBK. The lip on this TB is bigger than the stock, and the K/N CIA ring is not made to fit it. Yes you can force it (like my installer did, and ended up cutting it, which made us have to get a new one which we were more careful with- but it never fit quite right hence changing to the BBK one during the above 'miss' problem), yes you can get other parts to make it work, but again to push the FR TB: I slipped the K/N ring on it, no problems. BBK built this unit to push their CIA as well. Fine, I'm all for making $$, but this unit needs two huge warning labels in red at the top of it's description: "Requires parts from existing stock TB" and "Use only BBK CIA". Considering the nature of this purchase, this is important info and should be conspicuously noted online. Goes to merchantability if you ask me. At any rate, if you want to save $200 at the risk of dealing with trouble from day one, this is the unit for you. If you want a performance unit that arrives and is installed in less than 30min with no issue, spend the extra $$ and get the FR one.

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    Year: 2006 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 2 Orlando, Fl

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  • 5/5

    September 16, 2009

    62mm T.B.

    Improved preformance. Had previously installed BBK CAI, increased idle on vehicle to around 1000 rpms. Installed the new BBK Twin 62mm throttle body, idle settled back down to around 5-600 rpm.The vehicle is performing very well now.Thanks for great service.

    George L.

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  • 4/5

    April 23, 2010

    Decent for a 2010 GT

    Put this on my 2010. All that was on at the time was borla stingers. The gains felt weren't too noticeable, but there was a slight more pull in the higher RPM. 5k+. And the throttle response was better. Not seeing the "BIG" difference the 05-09 guys have. But still... It's a solid product. Also I agree with Luis, to just adjust the TPS right away to save your self 15 min. And I too had to hacksaw my cover to fit back on.


    Year: 2010 Model: GT

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  • 4/5

    January 14, 2010


    installation took only about 20min. tools needed list states exactly what is needed with the exception of a multimeter to check the voltage of the oem TB. i think that the instructions should start with that note and ad the multimeter to the tools needed list. after going and purchasing this "tool" and reinstalled the BBK unit the results were very good. The car revs really qiuckly so be careful not to red line to often. the difference can really be felt in the seat of your pants. if i had to do again "youtube" the installation. 100 times better then the instructions and the video on this site. TB well worth the money, so far no issues.


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  • 5/5

    March 25, 2010

    Worth the $$$

    I bought this for my 2010 Mustang GT and its well worth the money, the hardest thing about the install is trimming the engine cover to fit on top of the throttle body. Everything else is easy but make sure you take your time when installing and watch the install video on BBK Performances Website as it helped me for the install. I cant stress this enough make sure you watch the video and take your time so it installs properly so if you were smart you would make sure you have 3 hours to spare and enough daylight left when installing. This was well worth the money for what you get and I would recommend it to anyone on the market for a throttle body to replace their stock one.

    Mike Starling

    Year: 2010 Model: GT

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  • 4/5

    February 06, 2010

    Just Installed '09 GT

    Just finished installing the TB and CAI from BBK on my 2009 Mustang GT. I would rate it higher except for a couple of issues. First DO NOT wait til the installation is done to troubleshoot. CHECK THE TPS VOLTAGE FIRST!! Then proceed. My factory voltage was 1.25. The voltage on the TPS after installing on the BBK was 1.39. Reset it by the instructions and no codes or other issues. It Has to be within factory settings or you're gonna have troubles. Period. Secondly, the CAI instructions say use PROVIDED SCREWS. Didn't get any. Fortunately I learned my lesson fron the last CAI that I installed and had fine thread screws for the AFM on hand. The factory screw are coarse thread(at least on mine) and they will NOT fit the air tube when installing the air flow meter.Now for the GOOD news! Throttle response has improved and I can feel a diiference in acceleration especially in the mid band. Thanks to the CAI my GT has a very throaty growl as well. Overall it seems to be a good mod for the price. Oh forgot to mention that the stock PCV line is a bit stretched on the CAI. Still working on that one. Anybody got a fix?

    Bryan C

    Year: 2009 Model: GT

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  • 5/5

    January 09, 2010


    I was initially a little leary about instalation, but no worries. Follow the instructions and you can have it mounted and running in less than 45 minutes. What a difference it made.


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