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Mustang Throttle Body Installation - SVE (86-93 5.0L Fox Body)
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Published on 2013-10-21
Upgrade your puny factory throttle body with a SVE 70mm throttle body kit that includes the TB, correct EGR spacer and all needed gaskets. Not only will it give you a boost in performance but it will also improve the under hood appearance with its polished finish. Watch the video as Jmac shows you how to install a new performance throttle body on your Fox Body Mustang.
Part Number# SVE-TB1501K
Fits: Ford Mustang 5.0L GT LX
Fits the following years: 1986 (86) - 1987 (87) - 1988 (88) - 1989 (89) - 1990 (90) - 1991 (91) - 1992 (92) - 1993 (93)
SVE Throttle Body & EGR Spacer Kit
This 1986-1993 Mustang SVE 70mm throttle body and spacer kit is perfect for adding horsepower and torque to your 5.0L motor. By increasing the size of your throttle body and EGR spacer, you get more air flowing into your motor which gives you increased performance! Pick up this kit today and get your Foxbody outrunning the competition.
SVE 70mm Throttle Body
This 1986-1993 Mustang SVE throttle body is a great way to bring in more air for more power on your 5.0L motor. This throttle body has an opening of 70mm, a huge increase from the 55mm that came stock on these motors. This allows you to bring in as much air as possible to help maximize your performance. Pair it up with a cold air intake and a new intake manifold for serious horsepower gains!
SVE 70mm EGR Spacer
This is an SVE 70MM EGR spacer for your 1986-1993 Mustang 5.0L. This spacer is needed when replacing your throttle body to ensure proper flow through the throttle body to the intake manifold. It also has coolant line provisions that help in heating your air charge temperature. Includes the EGR gasket and spacer-to-intake gasket.
If you're looking to add some performance to your '86 to '93 five liter Fox Mustang, look no further than our SVE throttle body and EGR spacer.
Unplug the mass airflow sensor, if equipped. Loosen the clamps and remove your air inlet tube. Pry the throttle position sensor connector free from the throttle cable bracket and unplug. Disconnect the EGR vacuum line and unplug the electrical connector. Unplug the idle air control valve connector. Disconnect the valve cover hose from the throttle body. Remove the two idle air control bolts and remove the IAC. Remove the two throttle cable bracket bolts and unclip the throttle cable from the throttle body. Disconnect the EGR spacer coolant hoses. Be sure to lay down a towel or some rags to catch the coolant mess. Remove the four throttle body retaining nuts. A couple of sharp hits to the throttle body may be needed to knock it loose. Then you can remove the throttle body. Remove the EGR spacer.
If your studs are corroded or broken like ours, remove them from the intake, clean the threads, go ahead and remove them from the intake, and replace with new. Clean the intake mating surface. Install your new studs.
Remove the EGR valve from the old EGR spacer. Clean the EGR valve mating surface. Put your new EGR gasket on the new EGR spacer, and install the EGR valve using the supplied hardware. Put your EGR spacer to intake gasket onto they intake. Slide on the EGR spacer, followed by the throttle body to EGR spacer gasket, and finally the throttle body.
Install the four throttle body retaining nuts. Clip your throttle cable back on to the throttle body. Reinstall the two throttle cable bracket bolts. Plug-in the EGR connector and reconnect the EGR vacuum line. Hook up the EGR spacer coolant hoses. Reinstall the idle air control motor and plug in the connector. Reconnect the valve cover hose.
Remove the throttle position sensor from the old throttle body, and install it on the new throttle body. Reconnect the throttle position sensor connector. Reinstall your air inlet tube and tighten the clamps. And plug in your mass airflow meter.
And with that, your installation is done. Be sure to reset your idle and your throttle position sensor voltage. To see how to do that along with more Fox Mustang tech, be sure to check out latemodelrestoration.com.