Jet Performance 76108 Powr-Flo Throttle Body Features:
- Modified air inlet to improve air flow and Throttle response
- Unique Design increases air velocity to the intake manifold
- Pre-Installed Calibrated Electronics for optimum performance
- Direct replacement of stock throttle body
- CNC machined aircraft quality aluminum casting
- Made in the U.S.A.
What does jet throttle body do?
A JET throttle body enhances engine performance by regulating the airflow into the engine. It optimizes air intake, fuel delivery, and throttle response, resulting in improved horsepower, torque, and overall engine efficiency for 5.3 Vortec engines.
What does a high flow throttle body do?
A high-flow throttle body, such as the one designed for 5.3 Vortec engines, increases the amount of air entering the engine. This improved airflow helps enhance combustion, leading to increased power, improved throttle response, and potential gains in horsepower and torque.
What does a performance throttle body do?
A performance throttle body, specifically engineered for 5.3 Vortec engines, optimizes airflow, providing better fuel atomization and increased air intake. This improved airflow contributes to enhanced engine power, improved throttle response, and potentially improved fuel efficiency.
How much HP does a performance throttle body add?
The horsepower gains from installing a performance throttle body, like the one designed for the 5.3 Vortec engine, can vary. While it may vary based on other modifications, it typically adds a few horsepower. However, actual gains depend on the engine's overall setup and tuning.
Will this fit on a 5.3 without eco tech?
Will this work on a 2018 Sierra? With 5.3 eco tech?
Is it recommended to install this with or without a throttle body spacer?
Is this throttle body a ported throttle body?
What is the diameter difference compared to the stock throttle body? Is the opening larger? Looking for my 2014 Silverado 1500 5.3L
Is there a throttle body with a larger diameter for 5.3 ecotec 2014 silverado
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