: Throttle body problems



JonCR96Z
05-14-06, 07:15 PM
I took my throttle body apart and had it ported locally, when I put it back together and fired it up. I was blessed with "reduced engine power". Even though I getting used to shifting at my new 3000 rpm redline :bigroll:, I want my old powerband back. Did I do something wrong putting the motor back on? Or am I going to be searching for a new one?

If it is messed up what would be the best way to go about getting a 90/90 setup for the cam swap I had planned for next winter.

Thanks
Jon

rand49er
05-15-06, 08:50 AM
Some people say that I have a firm grasp of the obvious, and I'd say that your throttle body is messed up. :tisk:

CTS-BV
05-15-06, 07:08 PM
Some people say that I have a firm grasp of the obvious, and I'd say that your throttle body is messed up. :tisk:


:werd: Yeah, what he said. If the TB is all you changed, then the problem lies in the TB.

Did you remember to connect the TPS sensor connector?


Does the blade move freely using your fingers? :confused:

Brian

CTS-V