BBK Performance 85mm Power Plus Throttle Body for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 GT Mustangs.
If you are in the market to squeeze every last ounce of horsepower and torque out of your 2015-2017 Mustang GT, look no further then this 85mm Power Plus Throttle Body (P/N: 1806) from BBK Performance!
This throttle body will install in minutes and is designed to give you maximum horsepower, torque and acceleration with your factory tune and no re-calibration is required. BBK provides you with an 8-12 horsepower gain while maintaining OEM drivability and reliability by using factory style electronics with an OE drive motor assembly. To create their new 85mm throttle body, BBK uses a 356 Aluminum casting that is then fully CNC machined and assembled with brand new components that meet and exceed all OEM Standards.
Features and Benefits:
- Does NOT Require a Tune or Re-Calibration
- Increased Airflow Over Stock Throttle Body
- Adds Additional Horsepower and Torque
- Drastically Improves Throttle Response
- Quick and Easy Do-It-Yourself Installation
- Arrives Fully Assembled with New Electronics
- CNC Machined 356 Aluminum Casting
- Designed and Manufactured in the USA
*This throttle body is also compatible with 2015+ F-150 Trucks with a 5.0L V8.
Manufacturer Part Number: 1806
BBK Performance has spent countless hours researching, developing and experimenting with late-model Ford electronic throttle bodies. As a result, BBK has gathered extensive knowledge on the function of these complex parts and have used that information to create the best possible product. Like all of their throttle bodies, this one is a direct replacement and includes a set of detailed installation instructions and all necessary hardware to make this a quick and easy bolt-on upgrade.
Order the BBK Performance 85mm Power Plus Throttle Body for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 Mustang GT from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Does this 85 MM TB fit with the Airaid Poweraid TB Spacer for the S550 GT?
I watched the install video and didn't hear what the torque specification on the bolts to secure the throttle body. What are they on the 2015/16 Mustang gt
I have a 2015 s550 gt wit sct tune, JLT cold air intake and Mbrp exhaust , is there any retuning required for throttle body or will it plug and play ?
What throttle body would you suggest for the GT350 intake manifold?
I'm looking at putting the 85mm on. What size is the stock throttle body on a 2015 Premium GT?
Will this affect an a car with a after market tune?
i have the jlt air intake, i will fit?
i have a 2015 gt with h pipe, K&N cai and a diablosport intune running octane 93 setup. Could it be a good fit with those parts ?
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This is BBK Power Plus Throttle Body's going to be a direct replacement for the factory throttle body on your 2015-2016 Mustang GT. Like all BBK Throttle Bodies, it's made of a cast aluminum, and it's designed and built right here in the USA. This is going to be an 85 millimeter throttle body, which will be 5 millimeters larger than your factory one. You don't want to go too big with a throttle body, so this is large enough to get more air in to increase horsepower, but won't require any kind of custom calibration or tuning.
The BBK Throttle Body includes electronics and hardware and comes ready to install. Like I said, no tune required, and BBK claims 8 to 12 horsepower with no other changes necessary. This is going to work with either your stock or an after market cold air kit.
For this installation we need a 3/8th ratchet, 8 millimeter socket, 10 millimeter socket, short extension, and a 5 millimeter Allen key.
Since we're messing with the electronics, you want to start the installation by disconnecting your battery. Remove the three screws, pop off the cover, and disconnect. Now, we're going to remove the engine cover to give us more room to work. If you have a performance pack car, you can remove the brace, but you don't have to, you can slip it out from underneath. Doesn't matter if you have an aftermarket cold air kit like our air raid or a stock one, the next part is going to remove the tube here and all these hoses that give access throttle body. We're going to remove our sound tube, PCV, and both of the air tube hoses.
Make sure you don't forget the mass air plug here. Pull the little red connector out on the bottom. We'll start by just yanking the tube from the throttle body side. Then disconnect over from the air box. Now we can see the throttle body, we're going to start by disconnecting the harness underneath, same way as the mass air hardness, pull out the red tab. We'll put the harness aside. Okay, the last step in removal is remove all four bolts holding the throttle body to the intake.
Here you can see a side-by-side comparison on our table before we install our BBK. As you can see that 5 millimeter's is definitely very noticeable. Now we're ready to install the BBK throttle body. Make sure you grab the new hardware provided. You don't want to use the original stuff. Just get the bolts loosely started so you get them all in place. Now you can go back and tighten them down. Not a real torque spec, just get them snug. The re-assembly now, is going to be exactly the same as what we just did, just the opposite. We'll start by reconnecting the throttle body, and reinstalled our cold air pipe, and all the connections.
As we're going to a larger diameter throttle body, it's easier just to grab the coupler. It's going to be a little bit of a tighter fit. Reconnect your battery, install the intake cover, and your installation's finished. Since we just got two feet of snow here in Harrisburg, unfortunately, a test drive is out of the questions, but we can still start it up, check for leaks, make sure everything's working like it should. Everything seems good. Since we disconnected the throttle body and disconnected the battery, there's going to be a little bit of relearning process for the computer. If it doesn't drive right immediately, there's nothing to worry about. What you'll want to do is get the car up to operating temperature. Once you do, pull over, and let it idle for about a minute. Everything off, no accessories, no nothing. After about a minute, turn your air conditioning on, let it idle for a minute there as well with the air conditioning on. Then go drive it as normal. Within a few miles it should relearn and go back to the way it was before.
The installation overall is pretty straightforward. Should only take you about an hour. You'll be back on the road in no time.