(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Justin: The Ford Performance Twin 62-millimeter Throttle Body here will be for the '05 to '10 GT owners out there who are looking for every last bit of power out of your canned, naturally aspirated setup, nitrous, or boosted 4, 6, V8. Now, the materials will be the polished CNC, billet aluminum as you guys can see right here, preloaded with all of your factory electronics, all for right around that $800 price point. Installation's gonna be a breeze for most owners out there, so let's call it a soft 2 outta 3 wrenches on the difficulty meter, and couple of hours or so of your time to get everything wrapped up from the start to finish.Now, if you guys didn't know, the factory 3-valve GT throttle body does feature a twin 55-millimeter diameter opening, while the Ford Performance option that we have here today, it's gonna step that up an additional 7 millimeters to a twin 62-millimeter opening, resulting in a substantial increase in airflow capability.Now, in fact, Ford performance claims that that jump is going to result in 400 CFM increase in airflow with this guy in place compared to your stocker. Now, because of that massive increase, the gang at Ford Performance really is going to encourage 3-valve owners to use this in conjunction with a gnarly set of cams, along with an aftermarket intake manifold if you did want to stay naturally aspirated and ultimately get the most out of this setup. Now, on the other hand, this would be an excellent choice for any boosted setup as the demand to move that extra air really is exaggerated on those forced induction applications. So basically, at the end of the day, if you have like, a cold air intake and an axle-back exhaust in your 3-valve GT, probably not the best use of your money here installing something like this, because you're just frankly not moving enough air to make the most out of this throttle body.Now, as far as your build is concerned, well, maybe the best part about this piece is that it does come to us from Ford Performance and therefore, will operate and fit like a factory part. Now the throttle body does come fully assembled with OE electronics and is pre-calibrated for your idle airflow, right outta the box. That's awesome guys, basically bolt this thing up and go. Now the polished billet aluminum build will feature this tapered inlet here for a more consistent flow, and that polished finish, really gonna pop under the hood here with everything installed.But now, we wanna shift gears and focus a little bit more on the install. And guys, what you're really looking at here because it is pre-assembled, is a pretty simple 4-bolt install. Now, obviously, we'll need to remove your factory or aftermarket cold air intake to swap out your throttle body, but after that, again, four bolts, quick and easy job, and you should be good to go. But to give you a better idea of just how exactly this all goes down, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown now.Man: Tools used for this installation, 3/8 electric impact, flat-blade screwdriver, 3/8 to 1/4-inch adapter, 1/4-inch extension, 8 and 10-millimeter sockets, and 1/4-inch drive ratchet. Hey guys, I'm gonna show you how to install our twin 62-millimeter throttle body on our '06 Mustang. Let's get started. First thing we're gonna do with our uninstall is we're going to remove our inlet air hose here, couple wire connectors, our four 8-millimeter bolts, and then we'll remove our throttle body. So let's jump into it.First thing we're gonna do is remove our two electrical connections and our PCV. So, we're gonna start over here, pull our red clip, push into our grommet there. Move that out the way, pull our red clip here. Pull that one off. And then our PCV, just gonna get underneath it and pop it off that way and move that out of the way. Next, we're gonna remove our two hose clamps and remove our air intake tube. So, I'm gonna take my flat-blade screwdriver, loosen both clamps and remove the tube.Next, we're going to take our 8-millimeter on our 1/4-inch drive electric ratchet, remove these two here, then we'll switch over to our 10-millimeter and remove the two bottom nuts that are holding our throttle body armor. I'm gonna switch to my 10-millimeter. Once I have those off, we'll be able to slide our throttle body right off. So now that we got our throttle body off, we're going to install our new BBK throttle body. Now on this throttle body, we're going to have to take our TPS and our motor control and install them onto our new throttle body. So, we're going to take our T20 Torx, remove them, and I'm gonna show you how to install them on our new throttle body.So, now I'm gonna take my 1/4-inch drive ratchet, my T20 Torx, I'm gonna remove these two bolts right here, holding on the TPS, and then I'm gonna take a bunch off on this side and remove our electric motor. So, I'm gonna take my ratchet with my T20 Torx, remove these. Now I have them out. A little wiggle, TPS, we'll sit that aside. Next, we'll go onto this side and remove these Torxes over here.And now that I got them removed, we'll be able to pull out our motor, install the reinstall onto our new 62-millimeter throttle body. So, now that we have our old throttle body off, we're gonna install our new throttle body. We'll reinstall it by putting in our two 8-millimeters, our two 10-millimeters on the bottom, hooking up our electrical connection, and then installing our air intake too. So let's get on it. So, now we'll install our throttle body. I made sure this was all clean. We wiped it with a towel. So, now I'm gonna install our throttle body back in place.I'm gonna take my two 8-millimeters screws, the factory ones, put them back in. Then I'm gonna take my two 10-millimeters that I have. And one down here, one down here. And take my 1/4-inch drive electric ratchet with my 10-millimeter, snug the bottom ones up. And I have my 8-millimeter with my 1/4-inch drive ratchet. The top ones up. Now we'll reinstall our TPS sensor, and we'll install our motor control. Last, we'll reinstall our air intake tube and hook up our PCV. And we'll reinstall our PCV, that in place, tighten up our two hose clamps. And that'll complete this installation.Justin: That wraps up this review and install of our Ford Performance Twin 62-millimeter Throttle Body for '05 to '10 GTs. Thanks for watching. And for all things Mustang, keep it right here at americanmuscle.com.
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Technical Note. 62mm bore throttle bodies work great on heavily modified or force inducted GT mustangs, stock or mildly modified GT's do not flow air enough to benefit from this larger Throttle Body.
Ford Performance M-9926-3V
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(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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|Bore Size:||62mm||Single or Twin Blade:||Twin|
|Manufacture:||Ford Racing||Computer Tune Required:||Yes|
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