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how do i tune a pro prod throttle body on 94 mustang gt

Hello, i just installed a new 75mm pro products throttle body and was wondering if somebody could explain how to properly tune it to the car. Thank you!!

94 GT, 4.10s, AODE, Eibach springs, urethane bushings, Ford Racing front sway bar, 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust, BBK shorty headers, PP typhoon upper and lower intake, gt40p heads, PP 75mm Mass air and TB, perf chip, cervini 4" cowl hood, Premier audio
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With a simple bolt on like that you don't need a tune. A REAL tune will cost you 300-400 dollars or more. You could advance your timing a few degrees and get a couple more HP. Until you upgrade heads, cam, or injectors, there is no real reason for a tune. The stock computer changes the timing as you drive (which is different from the base timing that I just mentioned) to be efficient as possible.

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ok, i was told i need to tune the tb its self with a volt meter. it has a adjustable TPS and im not sure where to set it.

94 GT, 4.10s, AODE, Eibach springs, urethane bushings, Ford Racing front sway bar, 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust, BBK shorty headers, PP typhoon upper and lower intake, gt40p heads, PP 75mm Mass air and TB, perf chip, cervini 4" cowl hood, Premier audio
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They are talking about setting the TPS voltage. This will help:

Setting TPS voltage - How to

I have that same throttle, actually. How is it working for you?

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yes, that is exactly what i was looking for! Thank you very much!! it works well it seems but ill let you know after i get it set correctly.

94 GT, 4.10s, AODE, Eibach springs, urethane bushings, Ford Racing front sway bar, 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust, BBK shorty headers, PP typhoon upper and lower intake, gt40p heads, PP 75mm Mass air and TB, perf chip, cervini 4" cowl hood, Premier audio
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I got it adjusted and it works real well! Thank you again, that info was a big help!

94 GT, 4.10s, AODE, Eibach springs, urethane bushings, Ford Racing front sway bar, 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust, BBK shorty headers, PP typhoon upper and lower intake, gt40p heads, PP 75mm Mass air and TB, perf chip, cervini 4" cowl hood, Premier audio
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No problem, glad it worked out for you

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