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FlyinRyan 10-17-2009 05:59 PM

New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Here is the revised pricing for now. THIS IS THE PRICING IF YOU ARE BUYING A CORE OFF OF ME.

5.7/6.1 Hemi: 135 shipped

4.7/4.7 HO: 125 shipped

3.7: 125 shipped

4.0: 85 shipped.

I do on occasion carry cores, for which you will be charged for if you need one, but if I don't it's up to you to find a core to send to me. Once you install your FRP TB, you can get a rebate back if you send me your old stock TB.

Core credit info is below:

5.7 Hemi/6.1 Hemi: 50$

4.7/4.7 HO: 40$

3.7: 50

4.0: 25

Grandcherokee51 10-17-2009 06:06 PM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
So if i have you port one for me and send it to me then i send you my stock one youll refund 40 of my 90?

SoCalMoparWK 10-18-2009 12:24 PM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
SO what does a Ported and polished TB do for the jeep??? Since I live in california will it effect smog/emission standards.

FlyinRyan 10-18-2009 09:31 PM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Grandcherokee51 (Post 81112)
So if i have you port one for me and send it to me then i send you my stock one youll refund 40 of my 90?

Not quite- the cost is 90+ shipping, the core credit (assuming you have a 3.7) is 50...so you would be refunded 50.

FlyinRyan 10-18-2009 10:32 PM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NorCalWK (Post 81495)
SO what does a Ported and polished TB do for the jeep??? Since I live in california will it effect smog/emission standards.

A ported throttle body will make the vehicle feel more peppy and responsive in street driving, and at WOT will breathe better.

In most cases, I have also found that a ported throttle body will make highway passing easier, and gas mileage has increased by ~1mpg. I make no guarantees, as it is very dependent on the way you drive.

Because factory TBs are used (albeit modified), I am very confident that this would not be an issue in Cali.

SoCalMoparWK 10-19-2009 12:00 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Thanks Sleepy

SoCalMoparWK 10-19-2009 12:23 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
So if I get this TB do I need to get it port/polished??? http://airram.com/product.php?catego...hrottle%20body

Scottina06 10-19-2009 12:30 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
dont u dare touch that work of art......LOL

you dont need that anyway bro till you get more mods...ie cams, etc.

SoCalMoparWK 10-19-2009 01:08 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Ok Grand Master Scott.....damn it was just a question. lol. I just don't want to do to much to my engine because california smog is a female dog (lol). So I would get the 70mm right? or the 72mm since I am running superchips, exhaust and intake?

Scottina06 10-19-2009 01:25 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
I would do the ported 68mm stock TB

FlyinRyan 10-19-2009 11:56 AM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NorCalWK (Post 82109)
So if I get this TB do I need to get it port/polished??? http://airram.com/product.php?catego...hrottle%20body

You can, but it's not necessary. I haven't ported any of the TBs, but I'd certainly be interested in seeing if theres any gains to be had.

Since now I know you have a 4.7, I'll sum up what I do with those TBs. I modify the stock 68mm blade but I enlarge the opening to approx 75-78mm at the inlet, gradually tapering it to the blade size. this combined with me tapering the backside of the TB to the inlet of the intake manifold provides a venturi effect, making for really crisp throttle response.

the sizing up the TB according to what kind of tuning you have is mostly a myth. Example, a 72mm TB is perfectly fine on a stock PCM calibration. While yes, it is a good idea to invest in PCM tuning, it is not entirely necessary.

Let me know if there's anything I can do for you.

Unholyskorn86 12-03-2009 11:32 PM

Re: New Pricing for FRP Throttle Bodies
 
Sleepy I have a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo I6 4.0L. It currently has the stock TB with a K&N57 CAI and a AIRIAD Throttle body spacer. What can you do for me? I recently put in that powerstick you commented on in another post but other than that everything else is stock engine wise.


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