BBK 78mm Throttle Body Intake Plenum for all 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Mustangs with a 4.6L 2V Engine.
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to add some horsepower to your 1999-2004 4.6L 2V Engine? If so you might be interested in this 78mm Throttle Body Intake Plenum from BBK today at CJ Pony Parts. This BBK 78mm Throttle Body Intake Plenum is designed to work on all 1999-2004 Mustangs with a 4.6L 2V Engine. This one piece throttle body and intake plenum eliminates the possibilities of leaking were the original throttle body and intake plenum mate together.
- Constructed from Lightweight 356 Aluminum Casting
- One Piece Design
- Black or Polished Finish
- Includes all Necessary Mounting Hardware
- Adds Horsepower and Torque
Please Note: This BBK 78mm Throttle Body Intake Plenum is CARB Certified (D-245-17)
*Does not include throttle position sensor.
This patent pending direct bolt-on design has all the quality features you would expect from a BBK product. The Throttle Body Intake Plenum is built from lightweight 356 aluminum castings, this kit comes complete with all the necessary mounting hardware. With this upgrade you can expect to add 12-15 rear wheel horsepower and 10-15 ft./lb. rear wheel torque. BBK's combination throttle body and intake plenum are available in your choice of a textured black finish or a polished finish.
Here at CJ Pony Parts, we carry over 200 different performance parts from BBK Performance that are sure to fill all of your Mustang’s needs. From intake manifolds to exhaust headers to suspension, all of our parts are designed to specifically fit 1979-2015 Ford Mustangs. Whether you are looking for increased performance, a specific part for the restoration process, or simply need a replacement, we guarantee that we have what you are looking for.
Purchase a new BBK 78mm Throttle Body Intake Plenum for your 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 or 2004 Mustang with a 4.6L 2V Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Got a 1996 thunderbird 4.6 will it work
will the stock air intake fit the 78mm bbk throttle
do I absolutely need a tune with this bolt on item or will the car run fine, and still have increased horsepower with just this
will this fit on a 2007 cvpi
This will fit a 2003 Mach 1, right?
Is this CARB legal in California?
Would this fit a 2003 ford f150 4.6 2v ? Wondering if there is a difference
Would this throttle body be to large on a stock 4.6L with PI heads? I do have a CAI intake and 86mm BBK mass air flow sensor on the intake side.
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The BBK's 1 piece design, the 78 millimeter opening is going to flow a lot more air than the factory set up. It comes with everything needed for installation including gaskets, new hardware, as well as 2 different PCV fittings. One to fit your '99 through '01. The other to fit your 2002 through 2004. For this installation, you're going to need a Phillips head screwdriver, a flathead screwdriver, a small flathead or pick, 3/8 ratchet, short extension, 8 millimeter socket, 10 millimeter deep socket, 4 millimeter Allen key, and a 5 millimeter Allen key.
The factory throttle body and plenum is located right here. The factory is a 2 piece design but we're going to remove it as a 1 piece, just like the BBK is going to install as a 1 piece set up. The first thing you're going to do is disconnect the battery since you're messing with some sensors, then we'll start disconnecting everything around the intake and plenum.
Disconnect the negative. We'll start the removal by taking off the EGR valve. Now we can remove the bracket for the throttle body and cruise cable. Once we have the bracket off, we can remove the spring and then the cable themselves. Push that aside. Next, we'll disconnect the throttle body plug as well as the idler control valve and remove the vacuum fitting. Remove the 2 hoses from the front as well. The last step here is to disconnect our JLT from the factory throttle body.
Now, we can unbolt the plenum from the intake. There are 5 bolts that hold this on. Lift it up. Disconnect the line in the back and put it aside. This lower gasket here is reusable, so take a quick look at it, make sure it's in good shape and it's clean. Now, we can begin our installation. Before we can install the BBK, there are a few pieces we have to transfer over from the old throttle body. We're going to remove the throttle position sensor as well as the idle air control and move them over.
Here you can see the huge difference, here you can see in size huge difference between the BBK and the stock throttle body. We mentioned in the beginning it comes with 2 PCV valves because Ford did make a change midway through the SN95 models. Just want to grab the size that matches the one that you have. The other one can be put aside. We'll install the auto air control, be sure to use a new gasket which is provided along with the new hardware.
Before you install the TPS sensor make sure you install a supplied bushing. That goes in first and then you can install the sensor. Again, BBK supplies new hardware for this. Then we're ready to install back on the Mustang. We'll start by getting the throttle body connected to our JLT. Now, we use the BBK supplied hardware to connect the throttle body plenum to our factory intake manifold. Once we get all four of them started we can tighten them down. Now we're going to reconnect all the plugs and hoses. Don't forget the one in the back.
Now grab the cable for our throttle and cruise control. Once you connect the cables, you're going to reinstall the bracket. The last step on the plenum is to reinstall the EGR with the new gasket. Reconnect your battery. The installation is finished. The plenum works out perfectly. It's settled into a nice idle. If it is idling high, you can adjust this screw right here, otherwise you're good to go. Our BBK throttle body and plenum along with the cold air kit should be good for a nice twenty to twenty-five horsepower bump on our GT. Installation will take you around an hour. You'll be back on the road in no time.