Adding bigger throttle body will I need new mass air meter?

Asked by Feb 23, 2017 at 06:49 PM about the 1995 Ford Mustang SVT Cobra Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

Wanting to pit a 65mm or 70 mm throttle body on
my car (already have upgraded bbk cai) will I need
to get a different mass air meter and will my ecu
compensate for these changes?

4 Answers


What does the seller of the new throttle body recommend? You will probably need a tuner to readjust the fuel curve in the computer.


Some throttle bodies claim to be pre-calibrated which they say eliminates the need to re-program.

I was looking at one on americanmuscle and it said precalibrated I just wanted to be sure. I've heard of people having issues because of the odd ecu in the sn95's


You may want to consult a speed shop that works on a lot of Mustangs if you are worried about it.

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