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New Product: Ford Racing 90mm throttle body for the 2011+ Mustang GT

By - August 13, 2011 – 1:41 pmNo Comment | 1,484 views

Ford Racing 90mm throttle body, M-9926-M5090

Ford Racing has just released a new 90mm throttle body for the 2011+ Mustang GT. Part #M-9926-M5090, the FRPP throttle body is a replacement for the stock 80mm unit and is constructed of polished billet aluminum with a tapered inlet for consistent high flow. Hundreds of hours of dyno, racing and street performance driving were conducted by Ford Racing, and it has been specially calibrated using the same equipment and procedures as the stock throttle body. In addition, all factory sensors are included, so there is no need to swap them over from the stock unit.

While the FRPP 90mm throttle body fits the 2011+ Mustang GT as well as the 2012 Mustang Boss 302, an adapter is required for each. Adapter M-9474-M50 is required for the standard Mustang GT intake, while adapter M-9474-M50B is necessary to fit the throttle body to the Boss 302 intake. The Boss 302 intake can also be port-matched to accept the 90mm throttle body, although it requires a custom gasket.

Retail pricing for the Ford Racing 90mm throttle body is listed at $689.95.

Features:

  • Fits 2011-2012 Mustang GT/ 2012 Boss 302 with stock 80mm throttle body
  • Includes jumper harness
  • All factory sensors installed – no need to tear apart your original throttle body
  • Calibrated for consistent idle using the same equipment and procedure as production throttle bodies
  • The only throttle bodies backed by Ford Racing and features the Ford Racing logo CNC cut into the TB housing
  • Precision billet construction with tapered inlet for consistent high flow
  • Validation through hundreds of hours of dyno, racing, and street performance driving
  • Polished aluminum for great looks
Adapter M-9474-M50: Adapter M-9474-M50B:
M-9474-M50 M-9474-M50B



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