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Accufab Ford Mustang GT 5.0L 2011- 2012 Throttle Body
Accufab Ford Mustang GT 5.0L 2011- 2012 Throttle Body

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Accufab! The ultimate in performance parts engineering.

Feel the Power
By popular demand, Accufab introduces the ultimate bolt-on throttle body for the 2011-2012 Mustang GT 5.0L. Replace your Ford Mustang GT's restrictive stock throttle body with our top of the line unit and get your 5.0L the air it's lacking. This upgrade will greatly improve your GT's throttle response and horsepower. Also, it's the perfect starting point for future modifications.

Better Air Flow for More Power
Accufab has developed the largest diameter throttle body to fit the stock OEM Mustang 5.0L intake manifold and Boss 302 intake manifold. It measures 84.5mm and flows 32% more air than the OEM throttle body and more than any other new 5.0 throttle body on the market.

Exceptional Quality
Accufab's quality is second to none! This throttle body is CNC machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum and the exterior is polished to an eye-catching finish. The shafts are also CNC machined from stainless for durability and quality, with brass blades and the highest quality bearings and screws. Manufactured in the USA.

There are no adapters or modifications required, plus, the unit is pre-calibrated at Accufab prior to shipment. Simply, bolt it on and go!. This Accufab throttle body is specifically designed for use on the 2011-2012 Ford Mustang GT. It will also fit the new Boss 302 manifold.

Accessories Included
Each throttle body includes mounting screws.

´ The inlet opening on the throttle body measures 4.00-inches (OD) in diameter, and will require a step-hose from 4.00-inches reduced down to 3.50-inches (OD), if you plan to use the OEM air cleaner inlet tube. Most aftermarket ńcold air kitsî measure 4.00-inches (OD) and should fit perfectly.

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