Improves Power & Acceleration. Untap hidden power and improve acceleration with a free-flowing Professional Products 70mm throttle body for your 1996 to 2004 Mustang GT. Your stock throttle body chokes off airflow where it matters most, keeping your 'Stang from breathing deeply and maximizing horsepower. A Professional Products Throttle Body maximizes airflow for more power throughout your RPM range and improved throttle response.
70MM Bore. The Professional Products throttle body features a generous, free flowing 70mm single bore design. This size throttle body is a great size for mildly modded naturally aspirated or forced induction Mustangs, making it a great choice for those setting the stage for future mods.
Made to Last. Professional Products Throttle Bodies are made from permanent mold castings of 356 aluminum to produce a higher quality casting than conventional sand molds with reduced porosity and a better finish. This throttle body features a satin finish for a high-performance look under your hood.
Bolt-On Installation. The Professional Products Throttle Body is designed for a straightforward installation and includes all necessary hardware. It is designed to be installed reusing the factory throttle body gasket making it a no-hassle mod.
Application. The Professional Products 70mm Satin Throttle Body is a direct bolt-in replacement for your 1996 to 2004 Mustang GT.
Technical Note. Does not fit 2001 Mustang Bullitt.
- (1) Throttle Body
- (1) Gasket
- (2) Stainless Steel Socket Head Cap Screws
- (2) Stainless Steep Phillips Head Screws
- (1) Throttle Position Sensor bushing
Throttle Body Specifications
|Bore Size: ||70mm ||Single or Twin Blade: ||Single |
|Year: ||1996-2004 ||Model: ||4.6 GT |
|Material: ||Aluminum ||Finish: ||Satin |
|Manufacture: ||Professional Products ||Computer Tune Required: ||No |
How to Install a Mustang Throttle Body: The Basics
This video is a general overview of the installation process of a Throttle Body on a Ford Mustang. The actual installation and parts may vary depending on the model of car and product purchased.
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