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Old 05-29-2013, 12:14 PM   #1
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BBK 95mm & 102mm Throttle Bodies

I know there are a lot of you that have been waiting for the new throttle bodies to be released and I just wanted to let you know the wait is over.

The 95mm throttle bodies start shipping to the distributors next week. If you have one Pre ordered, it won't be too much longer.

I'll be finishing up the testing phase on the 102mm on a Maggie car in the next couple of weeks then shipping on those will follow as quickly as possible.

So far there haven't been any issues with it closing or staying partially open like others have had so keep your fingers crossed. I'm running just under 12 pounds of boost at WOT so if things work well on mine, hopefully those of you with monster builds won't have any issues either!



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Old 05-29-2013, 12:18 PM   #2
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Old 05-29-2013, 01:09 PM   #3
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I'd like to know how the 95mm TB is going to work well on a LS3 intake that has a 93mm opening? The 102mm seems like a good idea for a FAST intake and PD superchargers but IDK about the 95MM
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Old 05-29-2013, 01:27 PM   #4
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I'd like to know how the 95mm TB is going to work well on a LS3 intake that has a 93mm opening? The 102mm seems like a good idea for a FAST intake and PD superchargers but IDK about the 95MM
Nothing a dremel and about 20min worth of porting won't cure.
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I've heard this about 15 time next week shipping out
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I've heard this about 15 time next week shipping out
I'm really close to the owners and the production manager. If Shane says they're shipping, I would bet they are shipping. He is usually very conservative when it comes to product releases.


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Old 05-30-2013, 06:32 AM   #7
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Nothing a dremel and about 20min worth of porting won't cure.
How many are willing to do that? And will anyone benefit from a few mm? I don't think so, but we'll see. It might be the next wedge lol
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Nothing a dremel and about 20min worth of porting won't cure.
Wouldnt that require removal of the intake manifold?
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People are paying $150 to have less than that taken off of their factory TB when it gets ported.......


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How many are willing to do that? And will anyone benefit from a few mm? I don't think so, but we'll see. It might be the next wedge lol
You know people do a helluva lot more for a lot less potential gains. I hear it improves throttle response and gives her that deep throaty sound.

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Wouldnt that require removal of the intake manifold?
Not at all. Just stuff some rags in the intake to keep the pieces from going to the back of the intake, then vacuum out the area when you're done. Obviously taking it off would be ideal but people have been doing mods like this on cars for years without issues.

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That's been my take all along. Not saying anyone is going to gain a ton by putting this on but it's got to be at least as good as the current ported TB's. Time will tell when these FINALLY hit the market and tests can be run.
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How many are willing to do that? And will anyone benefit from a few mm? I don't think so, but we'll see. It might be the next wedge lol
Which CAI is best for my ride?

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Sounds great but will it void my warranty?

























































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Normally when the wait is over there's no more waiting involved.
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Normally when the wait is over there's no more waiting involved.
It's always darkest right before it goes completely black.
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How much hp would the 102 add to my car with just the mods in my signature. Just wondering if it would be worth 15 or 20 hp.
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How much hp would the 102 add to my car with just the mods in my signature. Just wondering if it would be worth 15 or 20 hp.
I think a whipple sc with it's 112mm intake will have the best gains versus other configs with a 102mm. I thought Whipple released a 112mm TB to match?
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Hell NO SPECTRE (or whatever it's called) lol
I lost 8rwhp going from my Spectre to a CAI inc Maggie CAI, don't knock it because its cheap.


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I think a whipple sc with it's 112mm intake will have the best gains versus other configs with a 102mm. I thought Whipple released a 112mm TB to match?
I haven't seen anything over 102mm, but they may be out there.

On a Header/CAI car the 95mm picked up an average of 10hp/8tq I believe. I'll let you know shortly what the 102mm does on a Maggie running 11 pounds of boost.


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I haven't seen anything over 102mm, but they may be out there.

On a Header/CAI car the 95mm picked up an average of 10hp/8tq I believe. I'll let you know shortly what the 102mm does on a Maggie running 11 pounds of boost.


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I haven't seen anything over 102mm, but they may be out there.

On a Header/CAI car the 95mm picked up an average of 10hp/8tq I believe. I'll let you know shortly what the 102mm does on a Maggie running 11 pounds of boost.


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There are some areas on the stock tb I take 10mm out.
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